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How many fish can you have in a 30l tank?

Asked: Alexis_lemaire, Last Updated:

With a mature tank, good water quality and regular maintenance you could keep a community of 20 tiny nano fish in a 30 litre BiOrb, or 15 fish the size of a Zebra danio.

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  • Do you need to gut capelin?

    Recipe fried capelin The fish is washed, if desired, gut, wash again, breaded in flour mixed with salt and pepper, put in a pan with heated oil and fry until Browning on both sides on medium heat. Fry capelin need not longer than 6 minutes on each side - this time to achieve the readiness of her would be enough.

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    They are very low maintenance which makes them easy pets. You don't need to elaborate the tank setup or size at all as these freshwater shrimps adapt so well. They can tolerate more fluctuations in water which makes them so easy to keep. They eat almost anything as they aren't too picky when it comes to food.

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