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Old 07-08-2022, 03:25 PM   #1
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My kids 20G

So we did this because my kids won a goldfish at a carnival which died after 5 days.. and they really wanted more.. its a work in progress.. I know it's pretty bare currently...
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I donít think it would be a good idea to get another goldfish. Most people would say that the minimum tank size for a goldfish is 30 gallons. Maybe a school of other fish would be better. Neon Tetras or GloFish (Danio or tetra) would look great in there. You could keep about 15ish neons and maybe about 12ish GloFish.
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Also, a couple guppies might be fun.
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I probably should have been more specific.. the goldfish died and we started over.. this tank has two candy cane tetra's, a gold x-ray tetra, and a regular x-ray tetra.. we are thinking of adding in two glo Tetras, an albino Pleco, and two small catfish...
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Here's some pictures of the current fish..
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