Stocking A 7.5g


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wem21

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Dont you have another thread about the same question? If you dont have a filter, either get one, make one or just dont get another tank because no filter=daily water changes.
 

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Ah I see. Well, there aren't many options really. You could have shrimp, or a betta, possibly 2 guppies/mollies. But if you dont have a filter, i would only recommend shrimp becuase of their low waste output.
 

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Ah I see. Well, there aren't many options really. You could have shrimp, or a betta, possibly 2 guppies/mollies. But if you dont have a filter, i would only recommend shrimp becuase of their low waste output.
Mollies would need 29 gallons
 

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Can you give us the dimensions? If it's a cube I'm thinking it would be 12x12x12. That won't do for most fish, I wouldn't put guppies in there and almost none of the fish on the list would work for a cube 7.5 gallon. Especially the schooling fish.
 
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