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Kritter Keeper Round Fish Home Aquarium Bowl by Lees Aquarium & Pet

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    "Hi, can you tell me how much water can the small, medium and large sized fish home hold?" — Anthony
    "Hello Anthony, the small size fish home can hold 0.66 quarts, the medium size can hold 1.13 gallons, and the large size can hold 1.5 gallons of water."
    — Charly from Wayfair
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