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Old 08-31-2017, 12:32 AM   #1
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Big enough tank?

Can I house 2 fancy goldfishes in a 29 gallon tank and not have any problems?
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Big enough tank?

Too small. There is a thread somewhere about Goldie's. let me see if I can find the link.

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Too small. There is a thread somewhere about Goldie's. let me see if I can find the link.

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Ok thanks, what fish would you recommend for my 29 gallon, i just recently got it when my moms coworker gave me a turtle but she said it was a 55g, but it was only 29. But anyways ill have to get a bigger tank eventually for the turtle, but at least i have a 29g too.
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Im maybe thinking some anglefish but idk
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Big enough tank?

I have a 29. Kuhli's, neons and Dwarf Rainbows. Amanos and Snails. A few temporary RCS too. Click image for larger version

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I have a 29. Kuhli's, neons and Dwarf Rainbows. Amanos and Snails. A few temporary RCS too. Attachment 303290Attachment 303291Attachment 303292
Thats a beautiful tank!
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Wow I agree its amazing! Did you spend long scaping it?
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Thanks. I planned and aged the rock and wood for about 2 months in tank water from water changes.

It changed a lot since I began posting on here in May 2016. Progress is on this thread

Khuli Loach one of my favs.

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Thanks. I planned and aged the rock and wood for about 2 months in tank water from water changes.

It changed a lot since I began posting on here in May 2016. Progress is on this thread

Khuli Loach one of my favs.

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Do you think these would be good in a 29g,

6 kuhli loaches

2 angelfish

1 powder blue gourami
I recently made a thread about this and i was wondering if this would good, i just want as many inputs as i can.
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I have read that angels are too big.
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