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ZRDR Fish Feeding Ring, 2 Pack Black Aquarium Floating Food Feeder Circle Small Round and Square with Flexible Lever Suitable and Suction Cup, Reduces Fish Feeder Waste and Maintains Water Quality

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Features:

  • 【Floating Food Only】- Suitable for feeding flake foods and other floating foods. Put foods into the Floating Food Square, it will prevent food from floating around. (no use for sinking food)
  • 【Thoughtful Detail Design】- Flexible connecting rod, an automatic suspension of water level changes, small fish feeding ring no need to manually adjust the position. The fish don't have to chase the rotating food caught by the filtered water and cause starvation
  • 【Keep the Aquarium Clean】- Buoyancy foam is ,embedded at the bottom of aquarium feeding ring to increase buoyancy. The fish food is firmly fixed in the feeding ring, will not be scattered everywhere and moldy, and will not be pulled into the filter to block it, making your aquarium clean and healthy
  • 【Safe Environment】- This Floating Food Feeder Circle is made of high-quality rubber and plastic, which is pollution-free and protects the health of the fish. The powerful suction cup is firmly sucked on the wall of the fish tank and will not easily fall off and cause the fish food to scatter
  • 【Floating Food Only】- Suitable for feeding flake foods and other floating foods. Put foods into the Floating Food Square, it will prevent food from floating around. (no use for sinking food)

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Do you have these distresses when feeding fish? 1. One kind of fish will domineeringly keep other fish away from food. 2. Fish food is scattered everywhere, so the fish cannot be found in time, and the water will eventually become moldy. 3. Strong currents may suck food away before the fish can swallow it. 4. Shy fish may not want to eat with other fish in the aquarium, or picky eaters may only eat one type of food. Our fish feeding ring solves the problem perfectly for you.

Stop the Fish from Being Bullied Fill up the square floating food feeder circle first, and let your more aggressive fish rush to eat. Then add food to the circular fish feeder to help timid fish get full. There will be no fish rushing in the aquarium to grab food. Get a Clean and Tidy Aquarium The super buoyancy fixes the fish food, the uneaten fish food will still float in place, will not be swept away by the water flow and block the filter, keeping your fish tank in a healthy and clean state.

Specification: Color: Blue Square outer diameter: 9.8cm/3.86inch Square inner diameter: 8cm/3.15inch Round outer diameter: 7.5cm/2.95inch Round inner diameter: 5.5cm/2.17inch --Package Included-- 1* Square fish feeding ring. 1* Round fish feeding ring. 1* Exquisite packaging. NOTE If you have any questions about our aquarium feeding ring , please contact our customer service, we will reply in time and propose a solution that satisfies you.

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  • PRODUCT: ZRDR Fish Feeding Ring, 2 Pack Black Aquarium Floating Food Feeder Circle Small Round and Square with Flexible Lever Suitable and Suction Cup, Reduces Fish Feeder Waste and Maintains Water Quality
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