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Old 06-24-2013, 05:24 AM   #1
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Oranda goldfish in a 20 gallon ?

I want an Oranda goldfish ( just one ) and the max sized tank I can get is a 20 gallon . Would just one Oranda be able to survive in a 20 gallon or is that too small ?
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Also would one be able to survive in a 10 gallon with regular water changes ?
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20G is pushing it but may be doable with enough work, a 10G is just not going to work sorry.
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No to both questions. 8-12" fish.
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20G is pushing it but may be doable with enough work, a 10G is just not going to work sorry.
What about one ryukin in a 20 gallon or 15 gallon ?
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No to both questions. 8-12" fish.
Can two ryukins and one black moor live toghether in a 29 gallon ?
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Can two ryukins and one black moor live toghether in a 29 gallon ?
No. You could only keep ONE fancy in that tank long term. You could keep 3 juveniles in there SHORT term, but they would become unhealthy and not live long in the long term.

Do you have your heart set on those three fish?
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No. You could only keep ONE fancy in that tank long term. You could keep 3 juveniles in there SHORT term, but they would become unhealthy and not live long in the long term.

Do you have your heart set on those three fish?
Oh , I really like black moors , can only one black moor go in a 29 gallon ? And do you know any good gold fish breeders just in Case I do get one ?
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I suggest you do some more research on goldfish before you purchase them. Many goldfish have specific requirements and care and, as far as I know, all require large water volumes to thrive. For oxygen needs and because they are high waste producers.
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