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How many fish can fit in a 6 gallon tank?

Asked: Mathieu Demers, Last Updated:

One inch of fish per gallon of water. So you'd be talking six “inches” of fish. The caveat here is that you could not/should not keep one six-inch fish in a six gallon tank. Instead you'd keep 6–10 small community fish in that tank.

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