What Fish Would Do Best In A 35 Gallon Hexagonal Tank?

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Jacobvo21

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hello all,

This is my first time posting in this forum. I am planning on setting up a 35-gallon hexagonal tank w/ a sponge filter for filtration. Are there any specific types of fish that would do best in such a setup? Or some that should not even be considered? I'm trying to stay away from mollies, platys, and guppies since I already have one set up. Thanks
 

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Slow moving fish that would appreciate the vertical space like angels, I think, would do well. I would stay away from very active and fast moving fish that would require horizontal space.
 

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hello all,

This is my first time posting in this forum. I am planning on setting up a 35-gallon hexagonal tank w/ a sponge filter for filtration. Are there any specific types of fish that would do best in such a setup? Or some that should not even be considered? I'm trying to stay away from mollies, platys, and guppies since I already have one set up. Thanks
I am currently setting up such a tank and I have three honey gouramis already in it and they are very happy! I am going to get some CPDs ( celestial pearl danios) for it and cherry shrimp too. I suggest sticking with smaller fish.
 
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