Tropical community fish tank aquarium

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Betta fish are some of the most beautiful tropical fish in the world. However, in their natural state, they are solitary creatures. Adding a betta to a community tank can cause it to be aggressive and agitated. Therefore, it’s important to add a betta to a community tank the right way. Quarantine it for at least two weeks, ensure the tank is clean and ready to receive the betta, then gradually acclimate the fish to the community tank's water.
Which is the best fish for a tropical community tank?
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This is the largest group of tropical fish species; those that belong to this category don’t grow larger than two to three inches. Some common community tropical fish species include tetras, guppies, danios, swordtails, mollies, and platies. It is recommended to keep at least three to five of their own species when placing them in your tank. Community Fish Tank - 120 Gallon Fresh Water Tropical - YouTube
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So, lets start with tank size and and kinds of tropical fish. Most tropical fish will get to be as large as one to three inches in length. A good rule of thumb for tropical community fish is 1" of fish per gallon of water. If you plan on having more than 10 fish (depending on their adult size), you may want to invest in a larger aquarium such as a 20 or 40 gallon. You will also need to purchase a hood with a UV light. Most aquariums that are sold in the stores include this. For tropical fish, always make sure to purchase a thermometer. These may be purchased at your local pet store. They have adhesive on them and may be placed on the outside of the aquarium. Along with this, you will need to purchase an aquarium heater(most heaters are easy to use and have valves for controlling your water temperature) and a filter. The filters come in all kinds and sizes. I use a filter that fits over the outside of the aquarium, and these filters work very well! They are power filters and have filter cartridges that must be replaced approximately every two weeks. Under- gravel filters are preferred by some individuals, but power filters are the most popular. They are easy to maintain and work extremely well at keeping your aquarium water filtered. See photo under the article section, Cleaning Your Aquarium.Tropical Planted Community Fish Tank - NO CO2

My Tropical Fish Tank. Its a 200 litre planted aquarium with a variety of tropical fish mainly Angel fish, golden barbs, Rainbows, tetras, Corys, Zebra Loaches, Sailfin Molly etc. . . The video gives an over all description on my tank setup and equipment's. I hope you all viewrs would like my video. . .

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or Tropical Planted Community Fish Tank - NO CO2Click to subscribe: --- It's been a few years since I last had an aquarium or koi pond and I'm excited to be getting back into it now that we have purchased a permanent home. Enjoy beautiful red fire dwarf gourami, African spotted leaf fish, tequila sunrise guppies, cobra snakeskin guppies, neon tetras, red tailed shark, bala shark, zebra danios, and more in stunning 4K UltraHD. After years without owning a fish tank or having a koi pond in my backyard, I am starting over. Because of my schedule, I'm starting out small with some of my favorite community tropical fish. I hope you enjoy the video and subscribe to see more soothing fish videos in the near future. If you like this video, please let me know with a thumbs up.

Click to subscribe: Personally, when stocking average tropical community fish I’ve always thought about twenty to twenty-five fish were plenty for a tank this size. On the other hand, I’ve also had as few as seven in a 55-gallon tank. Really, it depends on the size of the fish, how much space they require and where they will occupy that space in your tank.