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Classic EcoAquarium® without food

4 Stars 1 product review

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Product Description


A World on a Desktop! That describes the EcoAquarium®. The correct mix of Animals, Plants, & Microbes makes for a self-regulating, self-sustaining aquatic habitat.

freefoodbanner.gifClassic EcoAquarium® brings you nature up close & personal. 4x4 tank with 2 Frogs, Lucky Bamboo Plant, Decorative rock, Living Gravel, your choice of Colored Gravel. Food and Decorative Base are not included.

Please Note: Food and Decorative Base not included.


  • 4"x4" tank
  • with 2 Frogs, OR 1 Betta Fish (NEW!)
  • Lucky Bamboo Plant,
  • Decorative Rock,
  • Living Gravel,
  • Care Guide
  • Your choice of Colored Gravel. 

How it works...
To avoid weekend deliveries, we process & ship our EcoAquariums & Live Animals Monday through Wednesday. Orders placed from Thursday through Sunday are processed the following Monday.   Please call if you have special order requests or questions, 843-386-6564

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  1. Longest living African Dwarf Frog in this house! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Oct 2016

    Just wanted to let you know that the two African Dwarf frogs that I purchased from your company lived MUCH longer than the 8 other frogs that my daughter purchased from the "pet stores" and chain stores. True, the cost of the kit and the added shipping and handling cost was a bit of a shock, but it was worth it when the frogs lived so long. One of the two frogs died about a month after arriving, but we think the Beta Fish in the same tank had something to do with his demise. The Beta fish has since died too. However, the remaining frog has lived for 6 months now, and does not seem to be upset to be an only "frog child". He/she? swims, chirps in the evening, eats, and seems to be doing well. The grandchildren like to sit and watch him/her and so far, so good.