07-28-2011, 05:43 PM
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jellyfish require a round thank, that one is rectangular. Jellyfish will not enjoy that at all.
Tall tanks like that are very impractical as the low surface area pretty much requires that you get an air-stone running in it. Some fish will not be comfortable with the depth. However, with the size of the tank, you become limited in fish you can get since vertacle swimming rooms is less important than horizontal swimming room. So as others have mentioned, slow moving fish is ideal. Your basically looking at small tetras for the tank, perhaps neons would work? For the surface, dwarf gourami may be ok. As for the bottom of the tank, inverts may be your best bet, some small shrimps maybe?