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Lola asked in PetsFish · 3 months ago

How many gallons/how large of a tank is good to keep 1 African Dwarf frog, 6 neon tetras, 2 platinum guppies, 1 small betta, & 2 zebras? ?

How large of a tank (how many gallons) do you think would be good for 6 neon tetras, 1 small betta, 2 platinum guppies, 2 zebras, & 1 African Dwarf frog? Also, I looked it up online & it seems that all of these animals can live rather peacefully with each other, but do you think any problems may arise between any of them specifically/should I consider putting them in separate tanks? Thanks for any advice

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  • 3 months ago

    African dwarf frogs must be in groups of at least 3.  

    Zebra what?  Zebra danios must be in a school of no less then 6, but they can be nippy in a small/minimum schools, and 8-12 is recommended in a tank no less then 36 inches long.

    Your looking at a 30 gallon for the guppies, danios, tetra.  The frogs are poor swimmers and shorter tank might be more ideal.

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