7....But you should keep an good watch on them.
If by "comet fish" you mean a comet goldfish, you should not put anything in with it unless you get a much larger tank. A comet goldfish can grow six inches or longer, and will need a larger tank. Any tankmates should be cold water fish, like the goldfish. Snails will also get along well with the fish, but might get eaten. If it is a marine comet fish, it will grow up to seven inches, and will also need a larger tank.
No, snails are blind
because the snails ate her husband because the snails ate her husband
Aquarium snails are different from regular land snails. All aquatic snails have gills. Just like their land relatives, these snails also have radula(rasping tongue),tentacles, and hard shells. Aquatic snails do not have as developed eyes as land snails. Many aquatic snails have a door or an opcerium at the entrance of their shell. Some aquatic snails also grow to the size of a baseball.
yes it does kill snails
As long as they are not tropical. They like to eat algae and it is good if you have a lot of algae in your tank.
I used to have snails with my goldfish and they got along swimmingly!
You can do this, however, please note that it is not recommended. Goldfish are coldwater fish which makes finding a suitable snail for a coldwater tank very difficult since the majority of snails sold at pet/fish stores are tropical. It is also likely that if you were to put a snail in with a goldfish the goldfish would probably harass it (i.e. trying to eat it, bumping into it, knocking it down).
Goldfish CAN eat garden snails if you break their shell open first.
feed it more often
Goldfish should only live with goldfish except for a few exceptions such as a bristlenose pleco or apple snails for example
There are tropical, temperate and arctic snails. In fact, there are between 60 000 and 80 000 different types of snails and slugs inhabiting all sorts of different environments. See the related links for more information on snails.
Just to name a few: Plecostomus. Ask in the pet store if they have plecos. If you have goldfish, Don't get a pleco, as plecos are nocturnal and goldfish are not, whe the goldfish are in their state of rest, a pleco finds the vital protective slime coat of a goldfish quite tasty. they have also been known to suck the eyes out of some fish. they really do prefer a heated tank. Plecos can grow really big, so make sure you have a very large tank. other algae eaters for your aquarium include: Mystery/Apple snails (these breed like rabbits, so get one, or if you have a pet store near you that are willing to take the young snails off you hands, get multiple snails) Cory catfish (these would only survive in tropical tanks, as they are tropical fish).
I recommend anything with water and space for the snails to eat. Basically any freshwater fish tank with be okay for the snails. I must tell you though, never to put snails in with beta fish because sometimes the beta fish will try to eat the snail so i recommend putting them in with goldfish or some other freshwater fish. I have a 10 gallon freshwater tank with a common goldfish and a golden inca snail and they live happily together. I hope this helps!
No, Goldfish belong with goldfish with a few exceptions such as weather (dojo) loaches, apple or mystery snails, or bristlenose plecos; but only if you have a large enough tank.