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Do fish get bored in a fishbowl?

Asked: Chris Lumsden, Last Updated:

If the aquarium is too small, or bare of plants, rocks, substrate etc. and it has no outlet for natural behaviours, then yes - they will get bored. We often get fish from people who keep them in tanks that are dull and too small.

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