How many fish can a 20-gallon tank hold?

Answer A standard 20-gallon fish tank can hold 15-20 small fish. A good rule of thumb is to have one gallon of water for every inch of fish in a tank.Source:Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Estuarine... Read More »

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How many fish can live in a 55-gallon freshwater fish tank?

On One Hand: Fit One Inch of Fish Per GallonThe usual advice for the number of fish that can fit in an aquarium is one gallon per inch of fish. So, a 55-gallon tank would fit 55 fish that are one i... Read More »

How much oil does a 275 gallon tank hold?

A 275 gallon tank holds 275 gallons of oil. Since one gallon is equal to 128 oz., this translates to 35,200 oz. It's also 2,200 pints, as one gallon is eight pints. You can also say that the tank h... Read More »

How many fish are in a 10-gallon tank?

One inch of fish per gallon of water is a good rule of thumb for most aquarium setups. Additionally, there are specific types of fish that may have more demanding needs or are more territorial. The... Read More »

How many fish fit in a 50 gallon tank?

The number of fish you can keep in any aquarium depends on the size of the fish. The general (though far from universal) rule is 1 inch of fish per gallon of water. So in a 50-gallon tank, you coul... Read More »