What can live in a 90 gallon fish tank?

Answer A 90 gallon fish tank is a terrific size for people already familiar with aquarium maintenance and care. Larger tanks are often easier to keep balanced than smaller sizes, and afford the owner with... 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 »

What kind of fish is good for a 20-gallon tank?

A 20-gallon tank allows for many different type of pet fish. Saltwater or freshwater, cold or tropical, the fish merely have to be small enough, or few enough, to be supported by the limited volume... Read More »

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 »

What is the number of fish per tank for a small 6 gallon system?

The First Tank Website states that for small fish there should be one inch of fish per gallon of water. For larger fish, the guideline is 1 inch of fish per 3 or more gallons of water. On average, ... Read More »