|Marbellohsdad ||06-03-2013 09:18 PM |
About myself and my fish Marbelloh.
I'm Alex, I have two cats named Bindi and leopalorn and an angelfish
|SeaHorse ||06-04-2013 10:00 AM |
Welcome to TFK!! We're glad you joined us.
|Marbellohsdad ||06-04-2013 09:28 PM |
thank you, i'm glad too:-D
Welcome to the forum! We have helpful people that can help u solve fish problems!
|Marbellohsdad ||06-05-2013 08:10 AM |
I was wondering if a 55 gallon is just right for 1 marble angelfish full size. I have currently a juvenile angel in a 20 gallon by itself. I was told that it would outgrow the system. Luckily my parents have a unused 55 gallon tank in their basement.
|Captain Jim Dandy ||06-05-2013 09:07 AM |
A fifty five gallon tank is good for a single angel,..or a pair. The twenty really is too small for a decent size adult angel. At the best, one angel in a twenty is okay, just a bit constricted, not too mean...I have to say that because I'm guilty of having pairs in 20's right now.
|SeaHorse ||06-05-2013 09:20 AM |
:shock: .... Unused 55 gallon..... Gasp!... breathe, breathe..... :lol: My heart is all a-flutter!!
It will be awesome to move that Angel to a much bigger tank! No doubt about it. Providing more space is never a bad thing in my books!
Are Angels good on their own do you know?
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