These are the fish that belong in each tank 🙂

A small fish tank is any aquarium under ten gallons (about 39liters) total capacity.
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If your fish tank is either under ten gallons in totalcapacity or is not filtered, it is a small tank or bowl andshould only be considered by experienced aquarium keepers whounderstand the drawbacks and disadvantages of such an environment forpet fish, and are willing to take on the extra challenge and additionalmaintenance required for these small aquariums.
Sharks, jellyfish, hermit crabs, and more! Design your own custom tank and share with your friends.
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Dropsy is a symptom associated with a bacterial infection. The fish should be quarantined and treated with an antibiotic. Make sure the quarantine tank is well aerated and add a pinch of salt to the water (one time application) to ease wit the breathing. Dropsy is not contagious so If the other fish do not show any signs, you can introduce new fish to the main tank. So without further ado, let’s organize the current 69 fish into their tanks.
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This freshwater aquarium setup article explains how to set up a basic freshwater fish tank. We'll start with a short list of the equipment you'll need and then give you a step by step guide on setting up or starting your first freshwater fish tank.
It's a good idea to have in mind what kind of freshwater aquarium fish you want to keep in your freshwater aquarium setup before you purchase an aquarium. Some fish only grow to be an inch or two, whereas other types of tropical fish can grow 12 or 13 inches or more in length! Knowing what kind of fish you want will help you decide the size of the tank they will need. If this is your first time with an aquarium, it may be a good idea to start with a 10 or 20 gallon aquarium setup for now and stock it with some smaller and hardier species.Once a week, or at most once every two weeks, you will need to perform some kind of maintenance on the tank. Most of the time you will be performing water changes. You will also have to feed your fish at least once a day. Setting up and running a fish tank does cost money. There are recurring expenses such as replacing filter media, buying food, etc. Check out the page to get an idea of the setup costs involved. If you are up to the challenge, please proceed!
I know, you want to add some fish. But, in order to do this right you must wait until your aquarium has cycled before adding any fish. There are ways of speeding up this process. Check out the nitrogen cycle page to learn more about starting the nitrogen cycle and how to speed it up. If you must use fish to cycle, try to get a hardier species like the or . You may notice your fish tank cycle kicking in gear if you start to get some after a few days.
Wash out your tank with water only! Do not use soap or detergents. Soap residue left behind will be harmful for your tropical fish. If you are going to use an under gravel filter (not recommended) now would be the time to set it up as well.
Be prepared to spend some time once every week or two to clean your tank. Performing regular water changes will reduce the and keep your tropical fish happy and healthy.