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How many fish can go in a 75 gallon tank?

Asked: FamilleDmonde, Last Updated:

Considering the big size of the tank, a 75 gallon tank can easily fit in 25-30 fishes. It can be a home to freshwater as well as marine water fishes. Even though you can bring a lot of options to reality, you need to keep certain factors under consideration.

FAQ

  • Do shrimps die when they give birth?

    Shrimp typically do not die after eggs are hatched, however, if there are any other stresses in the tank, the stress of pregnancy can leave any animal in a weakened state.

  • What fish eat food off the bottom of tank?

    Catfish. There are many different species of aquarium catfish out there, and they can range greatly in size. As bottom feeders, they are great to have in your tank because they'll quickly gulp up any pieces of foods that happen to float to the bottom.

  • What age is it harder to lose weight?

    Unfortunately, it does. From the age of 30, your body needs less energy and you can't get away with eating like you did in your twenties, without some weighty consequences. Then as you move past 40 and head to middle age, changes in muscle, hormones and metabolism all make it harder to stay trim.

  • How long does fish jerky last?

    In airtight packaging, fish jerky can last up to two months. Once opened and re-exposed to the air, it should be consumed within a week.

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  • What pH is best for shrimp?

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