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Dimensions vary depending on the shape of the tank, but a 20 gallon tank typically measures approximately 30” L x 13” H x 13” W, while a 30 gallon tank typically measures about 36” L x 16” H x 16” W.

## How many fish can I have in a 30 gallon tank?

The general rule of thumb, when stocking any aquarium, is to allow one gallon of water for each inch of fish. Therefore, in a 30 gallon tank you have enough room for 30 inches of fish. For example, you have enough room in your 30 gallon tank if you stock it with 15 two-inch neon tetras.

## Is there a 30 gallon long aquarium?

One of the most common aquarium sizes available today is the 29 gallon (109.8 L), but maybe you have space for just one more gallon and you can allow for a 30 gallon (113.6 L) setup instead. A 30-gallon aquarium is enough space to have a large diversity of freshwater or saltwater fish, plants, and corals.

## How much does a 30 gallon tank cost?

The average cost of a 30 gallon aquarium is between $120 and $130. This price can vary depending on the size, accessories included in the kit, and whether you choose an acrylic or glass tank.

## Is it OK to overstock a fish tank?

Think Long and Hard Before Overstocking Your Aquarium And it’s the fish that will suffer. I say, think long and hard before overstocking your tank. But, if you’re committed to taking care of your fish, an overstocked aquarium can be done!Jan 17, 2019.

## How many angelfish can I put in a 30 gallon tank?

Angelfish need a large tank because they’re territorial and semi-aggressive. They also require plenty of free swimming space. A 30-gallon tank is adequate for two adult angelfish, along with a few other fish.

## How long is a 30 gallon tank in inches?

SMALL AQUARIUMS 29 gallon 30″ x 12″ x 18″ 330 lbs 30 gallon Breeder 36″ x 18″ x 12″ 348 lbs 40 gallon Breeder 36″ x 18″ x 16″ 458 lbs 40 gallon Long 48″ x 12″ x 16″ 455 lbs.

## How heavy is a 30 gallon fish tank?

Mid-Sized Aquariums Medium Aquariums Tank Size L x W x H Filled Weight 25-gallon 24″ x 12″ x 20″ 282 lbs. 29-gallon 30″ x 12″ x 18″ 330 lbs. 30-gallon (breeder) 36″ x 18″ x 12″ 348 lbs.

## What kind of fish can I put in a 30 gallon tank?

Neon Tetras, Black Neon Tetras and Lemon Tetras are just some of the desirable species which you can keep in a 30 gallon aquarium. They make colorful additions to planted aquariums. Another small species loved by aquarists are Rasboras. They are a peaceful community fish that are very common in tanks under 30 gallons.

## What size tank does a goldfish need?

Goldfish require a minimum of 20 gallons, and an aquarium of that size is suitable for only two fish. The reason for a goldfish’s need for a large set up is because goldfish grow to be anywhere between 6 inches and 2 feet long depending on the type of fish you own.

## How much does a 5000 gallon fish tank cost?

The more unusual the tank and its contents, the higher its price. They can start at about $5,000 for a 10-gallon tank and reach $1 million or more for a 5,000-gallon one or larger that has rare fish. And that doesn’t include maintenance, which typically is done weekly and costs 50 cents to $1 a gallon every month.

## What does overstocking a tank mean?

An overstocked aquarium is an aquarium that either has too many fish, or is too small for the few fish it has, even if that is just one to two large fish.

## What happens when too many fish are in a tank?

Overstocking: When you have too many fish in your tank, excess waste gives off ammonia and nitrites, which can also cloud your water. We recommend one inch of (mature) tropical fish per gallon of water and one inch of (mature) goldfish for every three gallons.

## Can fish outgrow their tanks?

Fish grow to the size of their tank. At least this is what a lot of people believe. There are a variety of factors that can limit a fish’s ability to grow properly but the size of the tank isn’t one of them. A fish that has not grown to its full size is said to be ‘stunted’.

## Is it OK to have just one angelfish?

A single (male or female) would be just fine. Most Angels are just fine with other species as long as the other fish stay out of their breeding area. A single Angel will not have a breeding area, so that is OK.

## How many discus Can I put in a 30 gallon tank?

Originally Answered: How many discus can I put in a 30 gallon tank? Two to three. Just know that discus require very clean water and you will need to be making close to 50% water changes at least twice a week.

## How many cichlids can I put in a 30 gallon tank?

How Many African Cichlids Can You Put in A 30-Gallon Tank? Given the rule above, you can have anywhere from four (4) medium-sized cichlid like the peacock, to six (6) dwarf African cichlids in a 30-gallon tank.

## How many gallons is a 20 inch fish tank?

Aquarium Dimensions: Sizes Under 100 Gallons Aquarium Size Inches Centimetres 20 Gallon Tank Dimensions 24 x 12 x 16 (H) 61 x 30.5 x 40.6 20 Gallon Long Dimensions 30 x 12 x 12 76.2 x 30.5 x 30.5 20 Gallon Tank Dimensions 20 x 10 x 23 (Extra High) 50.8 x 25.4 x 58.4 25 Gallon Tank Dimensions 24 x 12 x 20 61 x 30.5 x 50.8.

## How many gallons is a 36 inch fish tank?

Aquarium Shapes and Sizes Rectangle Aquariums Size (inches) Volume (Gallons) Thickness (inches) 36 x 18 x 20 56 3/8 36 x 18 x 24 65 3/8 48 x 13 x 20 55 3/8.

## How big is a 40 gallon tank in inches?

How big is a 40 gallon fish tank? A 40 gallon fish tank is about the size of a refrigerator. It measures 36 inches by 18 inches by 24 inches and has a front door with an access panel for feeding your pets and cleaning out dirty water.