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# Dimensions of a 60 gallon aquarium?

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Dimensions for a 60 gallon aquarium varies. You could have a really tall aquarium or you could have a wide aquarium.

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Dimensions are 28'' wide, 45" tall, and 60" long for a 275 gallon fuel tank.

There is no standard size for a 250 gallon aquarium, therefore an aquarium with a volume of 250 gallons could be any size where the dimensions, multiplied by each other, are equal to 250 gallons. In other words; there are many sizes that a 250 gallon aquarium could be.

It can have any dimensions as long as they equal 8 cubic feet.

It would have a volume of 60 gallons; beyond that it is impossible to tell. However, a STANDARD 60 gallon aquarium is about 48" x 13" x 24"

A gallon weighs 8.345404 lb. X 10 = 83.5 lb. + the aquarium.

A betta would probably do just fine in a one gallon aquarium

That would be a standard 29 gallon aquarium

Approximately 710 lbs when full of water. Probably around 60-80 lbs empty.

If your dimensions are in inches, the aquarium can hold up to 50.5 gallons.

If your dimensions are in inches, the aquarium can hold up to 24.94 gallons.

You can put one maybe 2 one-inch fishes in your one gallon aquarium

The general guideline is that you can stock a freshwater aquarium with about 1 inch of fish per gallon of water. So a 5 gallon aquarium can have about 5 1 inch fish. This doesn't apply universally, and you shouldn't put one 5 inch fish in a 5 gallon aquarium.

If your given dimensions are in inches, the aquarium can hold up to 44.9 gallons.

Its all your choice, my friend. However, the bigger the aquarium, the better the ecosystem- so I'd go with the 40 gallon. I have a 40 gallon fishtank myself.

a standard one gallon paint can's dimensions (6 &frac12;" diameter x 7 &frac34;" h )

The rule of thumb for stocking levels in a freshwater aquarium is 1 inch of fish per gallon of aquarium. For instance, five 1" guppies in a 5 gallon tank, or ten 3 inch cichlids in a 30 gallon aquarium.

Depends on the size of the aquarium. Water weights 10 pounds per gallon.

If you just want the aquarium itself, you can get one for aorund 20 dollars.

90x35x55 is exactly 750 gallons and gives you just over 4 and a half feet in height with 7 and a half feet in length and almost 3 feet in width. There is no standard set of dimensions once you get this large though IMO.

A standard rectangle foot print aquarium of 50 gallons is: 36" x 18" x 19" However, 50 gallon tanks are less common than the 55 gallon tank and is normally inaccurately referred to as a 50 gallon tank and it has a foot print of: 48" x 13" x 21"

As long as it has a filter (and heater if they are tropical, you could put 2-3 very small fish in a 3 gallon aquarium.

A 5 gallon aquarium would be suitable for one betta fish, or perhaps 6 to 8 ghost shrimp, but not much else as it's far too small.If you want to get one goldfish, you will need to buy a 20 gallon aquarium kit.

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