05-10-2012, 07:40 PM
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I 'adopted' a 30 gal tank with 1 angelfish and 1 cory from a family member about a year ago. It now has 1 angel, 5 corys, 1 raphael cat and 3 serpae tetras. I've been wanting to upgrade to a larger tank for awhile and have decided on a 120 gal. I'd like it to be planted with a few pairs of angels (I have really enjoyed my adopted one).
Anyway, my question is - can I put new (young) angelfish in the 120 gal tank with the fish I already have? My current fish is a few years old, fully grown and has never acted aggressively towards his tank mates. If I can put them together, who should go in first or how should I go about introducing them? The 30 gal is staying set up, so if it isn't doable the older fish can stay there...
Also, any other tips on setting up a tank for angel fish would be greatly appreciated! I don't want to breed them, just raise them