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When you say "50", do you mean 50 gallon or 50 liter? If it's 50 gallon you can keep nearly anything that you want, with a very few exceptions. Visit an aquarium shop, take note of what you like but don't buy anything!- and come home and do some research online to see if the species you liked will get along with each other.

If you mean 50 liter, that's a little more difficult- you're somewhat limited to nano fish and Bettas.
 
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When you say "50", do you mean 50 gallon or 50 liter? If it's 50 gallon you can keep nearly anything that you want, with a very few exceptions. Visit an aquarium shop, take note of what you like but don't buy anything!- and come home and do some research online to see if the species you liked will get along with each other.

If you mean 50 liter, that's a little more difficult- you're somewhat limited to nano fish and Bettas.
its a 50 gallon tank
 

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There are literally hundreds of fish you could possibly keep in a planted 50 gallon tank, many of which are easy keepers. Again I'd advise you to go "window shopping" at a LFS and get some idea of what appeals to you personally, as none of us here know you and can guess what you might enjoy.
 

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Also do you know your tap water parameters, pH and hardness? Just in case they are extreme one way or the other. While most common aquarium fish are adaptable it’s always easiest to keep species that are compatible with your tap water without adjustment.
 
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