my dad once had a 129 gallon tank
i'm a beginner at fish so i need your advice
is an 129 gallon tank worth it?
or should i get a smaller tank like a 35 or 6 gallon tank?
i'm going to get two fish at a time and i'm going to the fish once a week so for two weeks i will have four fish, 3 weeks, 6 fish, etc.
129 gallons should be ok even if it's too large for a beginner.
Wise plan of adding fish.:thumbsup: You'll need to cycle the tank first before adding any fish.
You know what, I've been wanting something even larger like 129 so I can keep several altums along with diamond tetras.:wink2:
something bigger than 129?
my friend had a tank as big as a room
he kept turtles in there
i hope you can get that massive tank
and your tetras
Just read the basics on the sticky threads posted in this section and don't hesitate to ask more questions here.:)
Poor Blue, I would send you some diamond tetras if i could! You obviously really love them! How many tanks do you have and what size are they? I have seen the photos of your 75 gallon and it's gorgeous.
Thanks for the comments.:thumbsup: Er..personally, I hate decorating my tanks with too many plants so I settled with a few ones instead. I like the Nymphaea stellata best.:mrgreen: It's still growing like crazy.:crazy:
Er..hope you won't charge me for mailing me the diamond tetras.:mrgreen:
Yum,how nice to have a big tank.
as i often read,the bigger the tank the better,
as it is often easier to manage,as a large body of water
can be more forgiving than a small tank.
i regret getting rid of my 4ft tank.
i personally feel that you have more room to
play with,as in the way you decorate it,and the amount
fish you can have.
but since i just starting handling fish, everyone advises me to get a small one like a 6 gallon tank
or maybe a 15
I'd suggest 15 as the minimum rather than below 15.
In this hobby, buy the largest tank you can afford. Make sure you can accommodate the needs of a very large tank(larger than 55 gallons). Otherwise, don't buy or you'll feel the consequences of not being able to accommodate and end up throwing it in a few years.
You have to make a final plan carefully on the tanks you buy.:)
so is a 35 gallon tank reccomended? My friend said it cost about 80 dollars not including the filter and gravel.
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