i don`t thing this is a small tank for two fish.The Angry Loach wrote: ↑Tue Jan 26, 2016 5:57 pmThis is a pretty small tank, all in all. About 15 or so gallons, if i calculated right. Loaches should be kept in small groups and with at least 5 fish sharing this small area, they won't be able to do much exercise or be too comfy. If I'm right about the measurements, I wouldn't personally keep much in that tank. Generally tanks this size are good for quarantine and nursery habitats. If you have some fish in there now, consider an upgrade to a larger tank in the near future so your fish have enough room to grow and live comfortably in a proper community.http://best-penis-pump.com/ But, on the plus side, tanks this small are easy to keep clean and make for an easy tear-down if something goes wrong. It'll be easier to correct water balance issues or say even nematode out-breaks. I'd personally look into a 30gallon long tank. This will give the little guys more room to play and will allow a proper community set-up, so long as you don't over stock it. It will also mean easy clean and tear-down since it's not a 55 or larger tank. 20 gallons in the minimum tank size for these little critters, after all.
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