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Most aquarium water treatment(e.g. chlorine remover) and care products are metered as X amount per 10 gallons of water. If you don't want to deal with fractions I would suggest that first time buyers move up to a 10 gallon kit. They're not that much more expensive ($30 and up). Of course if space is an issue then 5 gallons is better than a small bowl.

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This is too small for anything but a betta. But not a bad deal otherwise.

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It's good for a few small fish though

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It seems to be a good choice for my first tank. thanks.

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