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    What can I put in a 1000 gallon tank?

    Discussion in 'Frequently Asked Questions' started by MidMoMonsterFish, Mar 6, 2018.

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      How many Arowana, Stingray, and I would like 1 Knifefish.
      Thx for any help.
       
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      Assuming decent footprint I would do one black aro,1 royal clown knife,and a few teacup stingrays for a breeding colony
       
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      I was thinking 4 silver Arowana, 1 Knifefish, and 4 stingrays, would that work?
       
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      I'm no expert but won't Arowana possibly not get along together?
       
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      The kitchen sink.
       
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      They can get along if they r in a group I read. But also read each need 200 gallons each and the rays and the Knifefish need 150 a piece is that true?
       
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      I can't help much past asking questions but I'd assume they'd all need lots of space. It is a very large aquarium so it might work. You'd probably be better off waiting for a more experienced fish keeper as I just started my first tank (that's not a nano tank) yesterday and will take years to reach your level.
       
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      I have only had a 55 for 3 years and got curious about a larger tank in that past few months
       
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      cool, I hope it works out for you and good luck
       
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      Yeah I wish I knew exactly how much space each fish would need so I could build the right size tank
       

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