Small bowl about 1 gallon you have 2 small goldfish in itrecently your goldfish diedi dont really know howi been taking care of the really wellplz advice?
My advice is to get an actual fish tank and not just a bowl. Fish bowls are cruel and don't have near enough space for 2 goldfish to live in
depends, can a ten gallon tank live in a goldfish
No. A 10 gallon tank is barely big enough to keep a single goldfish in.
A 3 gallon tank is to small for even one goldfish.
I don't think so cause goldfish can get pretty big and 1 gallon tank wouldn't be enough room for two goldfish.. The recommended amount of water for 2 goldfish is at least 2-3 gallon tanks...
i would not recomend a half gallon tank but you can have any where from 7 to 13 goldfish.
No. A one gallon tank is not appropriate for a singular goldfish much less multiple. A ten gallon tank is the bare minimum for a singular goldfish and breeding would require a tank of twenty gallons or more. A one gallon tank cannot handle the chasing that proceeds goldfish mating nor maintain a water quality that is suitable for raising goldfish fry.
One goldfish needs a 30-gallon tank, and an additional ten-gallons per additional goldfish. Goldfish can grow to be 10-12-inches long.
you would have to get a 10 gallon tank for 1 goldfish! you would need a 20 gallon tank for 2 goldfish. Also goldfish don't go well together there just being stored at the store they take the fish out right when they start to be aggressive. sorry bout your 2 gallon tank!!
You should not keep any goldfish in a 10 gallon aquarium as it is too small; the smallest tank you should use is a 20 gallon, and you can only have 1 goldfish in it regardless of how tiny it may look when you first buy them. The "one inch per gallon" information quoted by others is completely incorrect for goldfish.
No. Not even one Goldfish should not be in a 1.5 gallon tank. Goldfish are heavy producers of waste like ammonia and grow to be large fish.
If you mean goldfish than you could comfortably put 2 goldfish in a 32 gallon tank.
No, one goldfish needs 20 gallons alone at minimum, plus an additional 10 gallons for every goldfish you wish to add. This means that for two goldfish, you need at least a 30 gallon aquarium.
Absolutely not! Unless the goldfish is half an inch and going to stay that way you are seriously hurting your fish! A comet goldfish will get very big! you need at least a 55 gallon tank for that sucker! Try raising a smaller regular goldfish in a 20 gallon tank. You'd be far better off!
One fancy goldfish needs at minimum a 20 gallon tank on it's own. With a 4 gallon tank, the best option would be to buy a betta
Goldfish should not be in a tank any smaller than a 20 gallon PER goldfish.
Wouldn't recommend putting a goldfish in a 5 gallon tank-regardless of what type or size of goldfish. This is because the goldfish would be stunted causing it to have an untimely death. The condition in which a goldfish is "stunted" is where the fish adjusts to its tiny environment so much as to stop growing. The fish will stop growing on the outside but will continue to grow on the inside. Goldfish are naturally messy… Read More
20 gallons for one fish and 10 gallon for each addition goldfish. See the related link for further information.
How does a goldfish grow as a size of a foot when in seawater and still the same size when in a bowl?
Goldfish release growth-inhibiting hormones into the water they live in: the more goldfish in a smaller space, the less likely they are to grow. For instance, if I have a common goldfish in a 5 gallon tank, it will grow to about the same size if I had 6 of the same fish in a 30 gallon tank. But leave that fish alone in a 30 gallon tank, and it will grow larger. This is… Read More
No the Crawdad will probably hurt your goldfish.
No, two common goldfish need at least 45 gallons
Im sorry but you shouldn't be keeping a goldfish in only a gallon of water they need around 20 gallon to get to full size. its just cruel to keep it in that small of a bowl (im guessing its a bowl)
Well, um, goldfish live in water. They are coldwater, and do not live in saltwater. They need at least a 10 gallon tank for each goldfish.
no goldfish and tropical fish cannot live together. gold fish are cold water fish and tropical fish are tropical fish. also only 2 goldfish can go in a 30 gallon, because goldfish make a lot of waste.
You cannot put any goldfish in a 2 gallon tank. One fancy goldfish needs at minimum a 20 gallon tank on it's own. This is not just because of their adult size potential, but also because they are very messy fish and produce a high amount of waste.
You need to provide 1 gallon of water per inch of fish. Goldfish get along fine with other goldfish.
Common goldfish need at least 30 gallons on it's own; fancy goldfish need 20 gallons. There are no goldfish that should ever be placed in a tank smaller than the sizes mentioned. Your best option for your 2 gallon tank would be a betta.
You should only keep 2 fancy goldfish in a 38 gallon tank. Typically you want to consider 20 gallons for the first goldfish, and 10 gallons for every additional goldfish. The reason for this is that goldfish produce a high amount of waste, and grow very large.
A tiny little 10 gallon tank is no where near large enough to breed/spawn any kind of goldfish. It is not really large enough to house one goldfish properly.The base stocking rule in fish keeping is "1 inch of fish needs a MINIMUM of 1 gallon of water" Goldfish grow to at least 10 inches so the minimum size for one goldfish would be a (nominal) 13 gallon tank. (No one fills a tank to… Read More
Yes, but your tank size needs to support it. If you mean that a regular goldfish is a long single-tail goldfish, then you need at least a 40 gallon tank just for the 2 fish due to the size potential of the common goldfish. If you mean a regular goldfish as in a round bodied fantail, or perhaps a ryukin, then you need at least a 30 gallon tank for the 2 fish.
Goldfish commonly grow to over 12 inches. The size of your tank would indicate that it is not really large enough for keeping goldfish in. The basic rule of fishkeeping is "1 Inch of fish needs a minimum of 1 gallon of water. Goldfish should really be kept in a pond.
No, one goldfish needs a 20 gallon tank to itself and nothing smaller. You could get a betta, but really it would be happier in at least 2.5 gallons.
No, one goldfish needs a minimum 20 gallons on it's own
The rule of thumb is 1 gallon per 1 inch of fish. But of course if you have bigger goldfish you will need more room. So for larger fish, go 1 gallon per 3 inches of fish.
two to three
Yes. Be sure to acclimate him though.
Yes, you can have one goldfish in a 20 gallon tank, but no other tank mates, not even a snail. You still need to make sure you have a filter, and that you do regular weekly water changes as goldfish produce a high amount of waste.
Can small young veiltail goldfish and small young common goldfish and black moor live together in a common tank of 1 gallon?
No you schould not have that many fish in a one gallon tank. Thats the size of a big betta bowl. And because they are goldfish it is worse their poops are toxins
one at most. goldfish need lots of room and they produce the most waste of any fish. A 10 gallon would be better.
What is better putting 20 goldfish into a ten gallon tank or buying ten 1 gallon fish bowls and putting two fish in each?
Neither! A goldfish needs at LEAST 20 gallons of space, adding 10 gallons for each additional goldfish. For example, I own 2 fantail goldfish, and they live happily in a 30 gallon tank. The reason goldfish die so quickly is because people put them in such small containers, and their bodies stop growing but their organs keep expanding. Goldfish are able to live over 10 years, if cared for properly.
Goldfish cannot live properly in a 5 gallon tank. Goldfish need 20 gallons for the first fish, and 10 gallons per additional fish after. It's not simply about their size potential, which is big, but the fact that they produce a lot of waste. Guppies and goldfish are not compatible as they have different water needs.
you can actually put as many goldfish as you want just don't put like 20 fish in a 3 gallon tank like put 15 in a 10 gallon just as long as you keep up the regular water changes.
A goldfish cannot live in a cup; one goldfish needs at minimum a 20 gallon aquarium, anything less is far too small.
ZERO!! A 1 gallon tank is not large enough to keep any kind of fish in. A Bubble eye goldfish can grow to 10 inches long and so, using the basic rule for keeping fish. "1 inch of fish need a minimum of 1 gallon of water" you would need at least a 12 gallon tank to house 1 Bubble eyed goldfish.
No. Goldfish are large growing (at least 6"-12" in body length, not including fins, depending on variety), long living (over 15-20 years) and very messy creatures. While stores still sell them for ridiculously small tanks, they're wrong. In reality a single Fancy Goldfish needs at least a 20 US Gallon tank, a single Common/Comet type needs more like a 40 US Gallon (or a pond over 600 gallons). A Goldfish should be full grown, or… Read More
No, Goldfish do not need a filter but I would recommended it if you have a tank that is over 10 gallon. You do need a bubbler if you get them confused
I would say no as goldfish grow to be too big for a 1 gallon tank and to reach sexual maturity they would exceed the recommended occupant size of the tank.
No, just one goldfish needs a 20 gallon tank on it's own not only because of the size they can grow, but also because they are very high waste producers
Goldfish can live a very long time provided that you take proper care of them. One goldfish needs a 20 gallon aquarium with a filter on it's own, and then it's another 10 gallons for every additional goldfish you want to add (so 3 goldfish means at minimum a 40 gallon aquarium). Along with regular weekly maintenance that includes changing at least 50% of the water, goldfish can live for a very long time.
Absolutely not. A goldfish needs at least a 15 gallon tank with no other tank mates. Anything smaller is harmful, and the goldfish will not grow to it's fully potential
Goldfish need a 20 gallon/80 litre tank. Add 10 gallons/40 litres for each additional goldfish. However it is best to keep them in ponds.