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 What can live in a 90 gallon fish tank?

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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 20-gallon fish tank?

The dimensions of a 20-gallon fish tank will vary with its shape. The measurements of a 20-gallon cubical tank will be different from a 20-gallon rectangular-shaped tank, and both will be much diff... Read More »
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How many fish can be placed in a 75-gallon tank?

The rule of thumb, according to Aquariumpros.com, is 1 inch of fish per gallon in a standard rectangular tank. That means that 75 1-inch fish or 25 3-inch fish could fit in a 75-gallon tank. In sal... 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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