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I started a tank a few months ago, and though my neighborhood petstore is awesome for information I decided that I might need a little more help. This is my first tank. I kept a beta in a 2.5 gal bowl for a while but then decided to try something a little harder. I have a 10 gallon, and two commons, Angel and Tiger. I also have a small catfish that trolls the bottom of my tank and helps me keep it a little cleaner.

I did some research when I was starting, mostly what type of tank to get because I knew that I wanted two goldfish...

Well there's my introduction!

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Koko has spoken! Yes, they do need the 20 gallon per fish to keep them healthy, thriving, and able to meet their full growth potential. Please look to upgrade to a larger tank and your fish will thank you for it! :)

There are plenty of friendly and knowledgeable members here that will be glad to assist you!

Welcome aboard! :hi

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Welcome to KOKO'S and thank goodness you are here!

The person who told you those fish go together in a 10 gallon is seriously misinformed, sadly this is extremely common.

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