Tetra AquaArt II Aquarium Anthracite 30 Litre Online - SAVE 35%, was £75 now £48.75 @ Pets at Home (FREE DELIVERY)
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Tetra AquaArt II Aquarium Anthracite 30 Litre Online - SAVE 35%, was £75 now £48.75 @ Pets at Home (FREE DELIVERY)

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The fish pictured in the tank are too big for this setup. I hope people don't fill this small tank with goldfish as they need a certain amount of litres per cm of growth plus they are a messy fish and need excellent filtration and aeration to keep them happy. I've had my goldfish for over 13 years in a 240 litre tank.

This might be okay for a Beta fish but please do your research and don't quote me.

This size tank is as bad as a "fish bowl". You're just asking to kill your fish unless you buy one or two fish that won't grow more than a few centimetres.


Update:

Read this:

petforums.co.uk/thr…20/

1 Beta fish is fine for this tank.

No goldfish as they require a 150 litre tank and 50litres for each additional goldfish.
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 25th Nov

a miniture aquascape might be nice in this with a few tiny fish, like neons

After my cactus died, I think an aquarium would be a great idea!
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