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I have a 35 gallon hexagon tank. I am planning to start an aggressive one. do you think that a bala shark or trI color shark will work well in a tank like this? any other recomendations to put in this tank. thanks
 

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Just make sure that all the aggressive fish you'll have won't be too aggressive toward each other! You don't want any fish hurting each other, right?
 

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You mean aside from the fact that a bala shark (also called a trI color shark - same fish) gets over a foot long, needs a 130 gallon tank and is pretty non-aggressive?
 

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Here are some nice aggressive fish for you to look at and their full adult size. No schooling fish are listed so you can feel free to have one of a kind here.

Giant Danio 4" or 10 cm
Red Tailed Black Shark 6" or 15 cm
Red-Finned Shark 6" or 15 cm
Ruby Shark 6" or 15 cm
Combtail (Belontia signata) 5" or 12.5 cm
Spotted Climbing Perch 6" or 15 cm
Ceylon Killifish (Aplocheilus dayi) 2 3/4" or 7 cm
Butterflyfish (Pantodon bucholzi) 4" or 10 cm

These are fish to look at and research. They do not all belong together. You wanted to know of other aggressive fish but I would think having a tank where all the fish are used to being the "top dog" so to speak is asking for a lot of dead fish as they are all going to battle to the death to be #1 in the tank and only the best willl survive. I hope you choose one aggressive fish to build your tank around and then get some that are no threat to him and have a peaceful well balanced tank where the fish are not in constant fear for their lives. Just my opinion, but I felt it had to be said.

Rose
 

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bala sharks are big babys and shoul;d also be kept in schools of at least 3..........
Brian
heres a link.... not much here but will give you a little info
 

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GO TO liveaquaria THEY HAVE A CHAT THAT SHOW POSSIBLE MATES FOR ALL KINDS OF FISH...
 

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there is no way you could put a bala shark in a 36 especially adults they are also schooling and not to aggressive but I think a pair of blue ram chiclids would be the choice id make
 

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I would only put small tropicals in a 35g hex...there isn't enough bottom space for too many cichlids species. You could have angelfish pair in there, but I found when I had my hex tank the same size my angelfish weren't happy with the lack of bottom space either.
 

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Hi!

Hex tanks can't hold as much fish as a normal tank. I'd get 8 Tiger barbs - that's it!

 

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