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Old 09-04-2017, 03:33 PM   #1
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Is tank too full???

I have a 55 gallon right now I have 6 clown fish , one star fish, 2 blennys, one goby then some crabs and snails can I put anything else in there if so any suggestions on what I can put in there
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Yes. There will be major issues with aggression between those clowns at some point. They don't take to well with each other. Once one of them turns female it's game over.
6 fish is usually a good number for a 55 imo. It's what I kept mine at, if not less.
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6 clowns once they mature and one changes to female its not going to be fun all out brawl
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So finding Nemo was all lies?
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you can do anything in a cartoon but that don't make it right
research is always key it can save you headaches you can find out what is compatible and what is not .
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I know, though I wasn't aware of the clowns being aggressive but I currently just have a freshwater tank but I always research fish heavily before I add any to my tanks
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