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How many Angelfish in my Tank? (From 25 to 125 Gallons)

You are probably wondering how many angelfish you can put in your aquarium, there is a simple rule to answer your question. You need between 10 and 15 gallons of living space for each Angelfish, so all you have to do is do the math.

How many Angelfish in a 25 and 29 gallon tank

In a 25 to 30 gallon tank, it is possible to put up to 2 angelfish, however, be careful not to exceed this limit, indeed, once their adult size, these same angelfish may need the equivalent of 15 gallons of space each, so this is the limit not to exceed.

How many Angelfish in a 30 and 36 gallon tank

As with 25 or 29 gallons, it is possible to install up to 2 angelfish. It is possible to go up to 3, however, you will have to remove one of them once they reach their adult size. 10 gallons is enough for a young Angelfish, but at their adult sizes, they need 15 gallons of living space each.

How many Angelfish in a 40 and 45 gallon tank

A 40 or 45 gallon tank can accommodate up to 3 angelfish comfortably, and that up to their adult size without any problems. We ask that you do not exceed this limit so that your Angelfish do not suffer from growth problems.

How many Angelfish in a 50 and 55 gallon tank

Just like 35 gallons, it is possible to have 4 angelfish in a 50 or 55 gallon tank, but you will have to remove 1 once they reach their adult size to avoid growth problems.

How many Angelfish in a 60 and 65 gallon tank

60 or 65 gallons is enough to keep 4 Angelfish comfortably together, even at their adult ages, but be careful not to exceed this limit.

How many Angelfish in a 70 and 75 gallon tank

It all depends on whether your tank is 70 or 75 gallons. 70 gallons is enough to support 5 Angelfish, but you will have to remove one of them when they reach adulthood. However, 75 gallons is enough to let them live together, even as adults.

How many Angelfish in an 80 and 90 gallon tank

In the same way as above, 90 gallons is enough to let 6 Angelfish live together, even as adults. But we advise you to stop at 5 if your aquarium is 80 gallons.

How many Angelfish in a 100 or 105 gallon tank

That’s a lot of room! In a 100 or 105 gallon tank, you can have 7 Angelfish without any problems!

How many Angelfish in a 125 gallon tank

125 gallons is the perfect tank for 8 Angelfish, but be careful not to exceed this limit, as this will slow down their metabolisms!