Tank looks empty

fishingman001

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I have a 55 gallon with 2 BP's, 1 rainbow shark, and 1 bristlenose. The tank looks empty so I wanted to add more activity to the tank. I was thinking rainbow fish or maybe a peacock eel?

Any suggestions? Thanks.
 

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If I were you, I would probably go with a quick, schooling fish. They can add a volume of color and activity. If the BP's ever become aggressive, the speed of the schooling fish and the difficulty picking out an individual, will help to decrease risk of injury to any of the aquarium's residents.
 

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What's a bp (I'm new to the fish tank hobby)

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Ok thanks, yes get some schooling fish, tetras are a nice addition but make sure they are not small like neon as your bp will probably eat them

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I'd add rainbowfish. They are really active and will add some excitement to the tank. Peacock eels grow huge, but I'm not sure about them.
 
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