Is this to much stocking for a 120 gallon high

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Would this be to many fish in a 120 gallon aquarium? The website say 99 percent capacity but I know its not 100 percent accurate.
 

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- I'd suggest getting rid of the rainbows. They schooling fish, and appreciate large schools. Many reccomend at least 6, but 10 or so to be comfortable. (Either that, or just stick with one school of rainbows, say around 6 and bump up Colombian tetras to 10?)

- bolivian rams tend to be a social fish, could bump up their numbers IMO

- angels and kissing gouramI could be problematic. They both got personality and can clash.

- Plus 2 angels can lead to fights, especially if not a mated pair.


- rhino plecos get big, and contribute to a lot of waste! It's probably a good idea to understock to account for the pleco once it hits maturity.
 

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