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Old 05-31-2004, 01:52 AM   #1
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everyone please help me

what is the absolute biggest fish i could put in a 29 gallon tank
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18 gallon freshwater- natural theme
betta
2black molly
2giant snail
5 gallon freshwater with blue betta
2 gallon freshwater with 15-20 molly fry
29 gallon saltwater
percula clown
blue yellow tailed damsel
spotted hawkfish
banded shrimp
choclate chip star fish
snail
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Old 05-31-2004, 10:22 AM   #2
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You have plenty in you 29G now it looks like to me. The hawkfish will grow to about 5" or so, 3" on the perc, 3" on the damsel. This is only 2 3/4 gal per fish. Normally, you think about 5 or 6 in SW.
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yes i agree with bearfan you are pretty maxed out. you might be ok with one more clown but that would be pushing it.
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