Space is always an issue for those who are residing in a smaller living area. One item might need to take on several different jobs. If you are living in this situation, then you know that there needs to be a perfect marriage of leisure and practicality in the furniture and decorations you buy so things don’t get out of hand. If you should want to have a pet fish, for example, then you need to figure out a way for the tank to not take up an exorbitant amount of room.
What seems like a good remedy for this is the AquaClock Wall Aquarium. It can hold 1.25 gallons of water, measuring about 10” in diameter, and 4 ½” deep. There is a hole at the top to feed your fishy, and this will likely need frequent cleanings to keep the time visible (and your aquatic friend happy). It costs about $58, and will let you keep your new friend up and out of the way instead of near the floor where they might be knocked over.
Terrible home for a fish. Just check out the Amazon reviews for this product and see how crappy an idea it is. Should be yanked from this site and Amazon.