What fish can live in a 1 gallon tank

Find out which fish to choose for your 10-gallon tank, how many fish to stock and more!
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If your local pet shop has Bloodfins, u might get them to take your orphan. I have rarely found petshops to be truly knowledgeable about fish, so try and double check advice u get from them by researching online. Or u could place a free add on Craigslist or something to find it a new home. You could let it live out it's life with the other fish, but being alone will end up stressing it. You could also set up a separate 5 gallon with just the Bloodfin group. The rest could go in a 15 gallon. That would leave u with 2 tanks, but ultimately, happier fish. If you don't need to worry about moving the tank back and forth, u might consider getting the 20 gallon so they can all live together...Best of luck to ya!
i have a 20 gallon tank with 1 baby platy and a baby swordtail 1 swordtail (adult) 2 cory catfish
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We had a betta that lived 3 years, sadly died when he jumped out of his contained while I changed his water. Our second betta I foolishly listened to the person at the pet store and had done no research of my own. I bought 2 goldfish, 1 betta, dumped them both into my 3 gallon tank and the next tank found that one was missing and the next was missing almost all of his fins. I've been contemplating a betta to go in our 30 gal. but I don't think I'll go that route. Step1Choose a tank for your gourami that is 20 gallons or larger for each fish.
Photo provided by Flickri need some suggestions on fish that can live with a betta, can live 1-2 gallon tank and does not need a filter
Photo provided by FlickrIf you currently have your Betta fish in a tank smaller than 10 gallons, please do not add any more fish to his tank.
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A 1-gallon fish tank is a small tank option and is unsuitable for most fish. There are a few options available that will suit a 1-gallon tank, though there are limitations on the number of fish appropriate for the small tank size. In general, most fish species would only allow a single fish in the tank at any given time.Betta fish can tolerate a 1-gallon fish tank. Since betta fish are both aggressive and small, keeping a single fish in a 1-gallon tank is appropriate. For betta fish, the 1-gallon tank is only appropriate if there is a single fish. For more than one fish, the tank is too small and the fish will attack each other.Guppies are a small fish that are social. Since the fish are social, a small tank is not appropriate because only one fish can be in the tank, which would socially isolate the fish. For the short term, such as when a guppy is dropping fry, a 1-gallon tank with plenty of plants is appropriate because it allows the new fry somewhere to hide, and separates the pregnant guppy to prevent the adults from eating the fry at birth.In general, a 1-gallon tank is too small for fish because the general rule for fish tank size is that a fish needs 1 gallon of water per 1 inch in length. Any fish that grows larger than 1 inch is too big to fit in the tank comfortably. Generally, the best fish for a 1-gallon tank is a betta because they are hearty and need separation from other fish.White clouds are an appropriate fish for a 1-gallon tank because they are very small fish, usually only about 1-inch long when fully mature. The small size allows them to fit into the tank without difficulty. Owners must limit the number, usually to one or two fish at the most, due to the small size of the tank.sorry I don't agree, my betta is in a 100 gallon tank now, coming out of a 15 gallon tank, and it was funny to see, how he reacted at the space he got, and how happy he was. I think, a betta deserves a lot better as living in such a small half a gallon tank. And I really don't say everyone has to get a 100 gallon tank for his fish, but a little space to swim en spread its finns and tail it really shoud have, its a fish, and fish do like to swim, and for that, they just need some space.