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Prime Members w/ Alexa: Tetra Cube Aquarium Kit (3-Gallon) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Tetra Cube Aquarium Kit (3-Gallon 29095) on sale for $18.05 valid for Amazon Prime Members w/ Alexa Enabled Device when following the instructions listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks slmshrty40

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  2. Using an Alexa Enabled Device, say "Alexa, order a Tetra cube aquarium"
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  • This fish tank features an LED light; perfect for small tropical fish, goldfish or betta - Discombobulated

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Amazon via any Alexa enabled device has the Tetra 29095 Cube Aquarium Kit 3 Gallon [amazon.com] for $29.97 with 40% OFF only through any Alexa device making it $18.05 + Free Shipping for Prime or Orders over $25. This is an all time low according to the 3C's - previous low was $19.76 on Black Friday 2014, and this generally sells in the mid $30 range, so it's a great price if you have Alexa.
  • Equipped with a Tetra 3i filter to keep your tank clean and provide a perfect environment for small tropical fish.
  • The tank features an LED light to show off your fish
  • Lid features a convenient feeding hole.
  • Perfect for small tropical fish, goldfish or betta.
  • 10" D x 10"W x 10.512"H
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Do NOT put Goldfish in this at all. In fact do not put any fish in a tank so small, not even a Betta. Your best bet is a shrimp or some snails.
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DON'T FEEL SORRY!!! The betta was first discovered in Southeast Asia. Making its home in rice paddies, drainage ditches and the warm flood plains of the region, the betta became accustomed to frequent storm flooding and devastating droughts. The cyclic, drastic changes in its environment helped the fish to adapt - becoming a true labyrinth fish. A labyrinth fish has the unique ability to breathe oxygen directly from the air and also take in oxygen from its gills. As a result, bettas and other labyrinth fish can survive for short periods of time out of water and if needed, can inhale the air around them (provided they stay moist.) This also explains why a betta can sustain itself in stagnant, oxygen-deficient water. Although bettas can tolerate small spaces and poor water quality, they do best in small aquariums (at least two gallons) with regular water changes. The preferred water temperature for a betta is 76-82 degrees F.
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Just coming in here to post this! Also- If you want to be a responsible fish owner, at least understand the nitrogen cycle and how a tank this small would certainly equal death for most fishies
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Do NOT put Goldfish in this at all. In fact do not put any fish in a tank so small, not even a Betta. Your best bet is a shrimp or some snails.
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Do NOT put Goldfish in this at all. In fact do not put any fish in a tank so small, not even a Betta. Your best bet is a shrimp or some snails.
Shrimp tanks are bad ass and if you are feeling really brave you can do a nice pico with some sweet corals. Would need a different light for that though.
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Do NOT put Goldfish in this at all. In fact do not put any fish in a tank so small, not even a Betta. Your best bet is a shrimp or some snails.
What would you recommend for a Betta? Some genius gifted my 3 yr old with one and I feel sorry for the little guy in his tiny tank.
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Do NOT put Goldfish in this at all. In fact do not put any fish in a tank so small, not even a Betta. Your best bet is a shrimp or some snails.
Just coming in here to post this! Also- If you want to be a responsible fish owner, at least understand the nitrogen cycle and how a tank this small would certainly equal death for most fishies
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You could fit a few least killifish (h. formosa) in there, one of the smallest vertebrates in the world. They are plentiful here in FL lakes and ponds (but, need a net with very fine mesh, they slip right thru most nets).
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Your best bet is a shrimp or some snails.
Or some minimal aquascaping.

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What would you recommend for a Betta? Some genius gifted my 3 yr old with one and I feel sorry for the little guy in his tiny tank.
Putting a fish into anything smaller than 30L (~8 Gallon) is cruel.
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It may be too large for some snails as well. Mystery snails can get pretty large. Please be mindful of your stock with such a small tank.
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What would you recommend for a Betta? Some genius gifted my 3 yr old with one and I feel sorry for the little guy in his tiny tank.

There's a subreddit for betta care and they recommend 5 gallons minimum for bettas. https://www.reddit.com/r/bettafis...are_sheet/

For anyone considering this, this is a neat little tool that can help you determine what fish are appropriate for various aquariums: http://aqadvisor.com/AqAdvisor.php
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You could also put African dwarf frogs in it. I have a similar tank, but it's the fluval chi and it's 5 gallon. I have a few fish in mine, but they're somewhat small fish tho.
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I ordered this on Primeday for 30% off. I wonder if they will refund me the difference. -.-
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I ordered this on Primeday for 30% off. I wonder if they will refund me the difference. -.-
You can always try but I doubt it. Seems like Amazon policies have changed for the worse in that regards. Your best option will be to re-buy and order this one.
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Too small for goldfish since they are big time waste producers. I have 3 goldfish in a 60 gallon tank. If you were to get this, you can probably put 10 cherry shrimp in it but once they reproduce like crazy you'll need to upgrade to a bigger tank.
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