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How many fish can a 10 gallon tank support?

Asked: Alexandra Mayer, Last Updated:

Going back to the 1 inch of fish per gallon rule, as long as your fish are each under 1.5 inches, you can technically fit 7 fish in a 10 gallon tank.

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