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

Answer 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 to Know How Many Fish You Can Place in a Fish Tank?

The stocking level of your tank is as much of an art as a science. The aim is, generally, to know the maximum amount of fish you can keep without overcrowding.

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

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 »

How many fish are required for fish farming?

No set number of fish is legally required for fish farming. The number of fish depends on what type of fish you plan to farm and why you're farming them. The Missouri Department of Conservation rec... Read More »

Can koi fish live in a fountain?

Koi can survive in fountains if the water quality is properly maintained. Fountains or ponds must be measured to keep elements such as chlorine, oxygen, ammonia and alkalinity at proper levels. Wit... Read More »