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 How many tiger barbs can i put in a 50 gallon aquarium?

Answer The general rule is that for every gallon of water the tank can hold 1 to 2 inches of fish. Tiger barbs grow to an average length of 2.5 inches. Therefore, a 50-gallon tank can hold about 10 to 20 ... Read More »
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Science Projects on Tiger Barbs?

Tiger barbs are small, tropical freshwater fish readily found in many pet shops, and a group of five tiger barbs can be maintained in a 15 gallon tank comfortably. This makes tiger barbs an interes... Read More »
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How many fish can I put in a 10-gallon aquarium?

A good overall guideline is to have one inch of fish per gallon of water. A 10-gallon aquarium is suitable for up to 10 inches of fish. Consider the expected adult size of the fish when apportioni... Read More »
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How many fish can I put in my 10-gallon aquarium?

The basic rule for freshwater aquariums is 1 inch of fish per 1 gallon of water, as this takes into account the oxygen needs of many fish. Therefore, a 10-gallon tank can hold 10 inches of fish. F... Read More »
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How many fish can you put in a 30-gallon aquarium?

Fish need adequate space in any aquarium. It's important for oxygen resources, swimming space and "personal" space. In a 30-gallon aquarium, you could safely put about 31 fish inches of "slender" f... Read More »
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