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Bettanewb

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I have 2 endlers in a 10 and I feel like they don't have room.
 

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Bettanewb said:
I have 2 endlers in a 10 and I feel like they don't have room.
Do they have things to do and interest them? They need stuff to look at.
 

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JMO, and I'm probably not going to be popular here, but I wouldn't have any fish in less than a 10 gallon, unless it's for quarantine reasons.
 

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Lindsay83 said:
JMO, and I'm probably not going to be popular here, but I wouldn't have any fish in less than a 10 gallon, unless it's for quarantine reasons.
Thats fine. Obviously I disagree, but going larger is never a negative impact on the fish.
 

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They do for sure but it's just me thinking they don't have enough room. They are very active fish.
My original endler was in my 20 long but was very territorial with my cardinal tetras and 2 of my guppies were agressice with him so he ended up being moved to my 10 gallon. So I guess it comes down to me feeling bad for putting him in a smaller space.

Edit I would never recommend endlers or guppies in a 5 gallon
 

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I agree, the bioload thing is kind of rubbish, the aquarium is simply small for the fish.
 
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ChapouJunior said:
Sorry if I was unclear, I meant 3 males is fine, but in a 5 Gallons, not recommended, but honestly, give it a try, you never know!
Thanks!
 
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