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In addition to bioload/chemical considerations, aquarists also consider the mutual compatibility of the fish. For instance, predatory fish are usually not kept with small, passive species, and territorial fish are often unsuitable tankmates for shoaling species. Furthermore, fish tend to fare better if given tanks conducive to their size. That is, large fish need large tanks and small fish can do well in smaller tanks. Lastly, the tank can become overcrowded without being overstocked. In other words, the aquarium can be suitable with regard to filtration capacity, oxygen load, and water, yet still be so crowded that the inhabitants are uncomfortable.
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Form and function come together in this easy-to-set-up, stylish aquatic kit. Designed for aquarists who want a small fish bowl, the BiOrb BlackAquarium Kit with Light (in black) combines the looks of a traditional fish bowl with the performance of a "hi-tech" and built-in filtration aquarium. All BiOrb Aquarium fish bowl tanks incorporate a clever and easy-to-change, patented 5-stage filtration system that has been designed to provide maximum benefits to both you and your pet fish. For added safety and durability, the aquarium within this kit is made of crystal clear acrylic, which is ten times stronger than glass. The 8-Gallon BiOrb Aquarium Kit conveniently comes with all necessary supplies in one box. This kit is lower maintenance than most aquariums, and features a full-range of easy-to-use accessories and replacement parts. In addition, this BiOrb fish bowl tank is simple to use and comes with a comprehensive instruction guide. The kit is so complete that all you have to do is add water and fish. Included: biOrb tank, halogen light, bio-media (gravel), filter, air pump, water chemicals, an instruction booklet and fish food. 8-gallon capacity. aquarium orbs | Biorb Fish Tanks  Biorb Life 30  Biorb Life 30 Black
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Photo provided by FlickrBiOrb Life Fish Tanks Collection - BiOrb Life 30L, 45L and 60L in white, red and black.
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Reef One have developed what they consider to be a unique filter within their biOrb Fish Tanks using mechanical and chemical filtration methods house within an easy-to change cartridge system. The oxygenation of the non-square aquariums is said to be much better than in conventional designs and further biological filtration takes place on the surface of ceramic media that forms the substrate at the bottom of the bowl shaped tank.The main purpose of inventing the BiOrb fish tanks was based on a simple premise, to make it simpler and easier for people to take care of their pet fish.BiOrb Fish Tanks are constructed from ultra clear plastic that is crystal clear to look through and just as strong for keeping the water in place. It will not however shatter in the same way as glass and in this respect is much stronger. It will take knocks and bashed much better than glass panels without complete failure and the resulting loss of fish and damage to the room.Biorb Classic fish tanks include five models (BiOrb Classic 15/30/60/105), which come with a unique shape and are designed to become the focal point of the room. These tanks are also designed for easy setup and maintenance, and hence you have more time to enjoy your pet fish.
Powerheads are electrical motors that are sealed, allowing them to be submerged and pump the water around the tanks. Our filtration system already oxygenates the water to the maximum level and the water flow is ideal for a fish only aquarium. Powerheads are recommended when keeping coral tanks, however we advise keeping biOrb's as fish only aquariums.BiOrb Classic fish tanks range from 4 gallons to 28 gallons, you will find a size and style that is perfect for your needs. If you are short on space and only have one or two fish, consider a small BiOrb (4 gallons or 8 gallons). On the other hand, if you have a large room and/or more fish, a larger BiOrb (16 gallons or 28 gallons) might be more to your liking.