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 How many fish can be in a 20 gallon fish tank?

Answer The general rule of thumb is 1-inch of fish per gallon of water in your aquarium; a 20-gallon aquarium could hold, at most, 20-inches of fish without overcrowding. Factors influence this calculatio... 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 »
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How big is a 10-gallon fish tank?

The volume of liquid that can be held in a 10-gallon tank is 2310 cubic inches. Still, because 10-gallon tanks vary in design and shape, the length, width and height of one isn't the same for all.S... Read More »
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How many fish should be in a 55 gallon tank?

On One Hand: Calculate Fish per InchIn most freshwater aquariums, each fish needs about a gallon of water to itself per inch of its body length. This is typically true only for community fish, howe... Read More »
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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 »
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