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    Hi, I am still a newbie when it comes to aquariums, but I am trying to learn as much as I can. I love Goldfish , especially my Black Moor, but want to find out about other types of fish since the goldies require so much tank space. I am moving my goldfish from their 5 gallon tank to a 20 gallon, and am trying to decide what to do with the 5g afterwards! Thinking maybe frogs? Or maybe some aggresive fish would be fun? IDK, that's why I'm here!

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    welcome,black moors are a fav. of mine to.How about using the 5 gal. for a quarintine tank

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    I have a different tank for quarantine. I wanna set the 5g up as something completely different than what it is now as a goldie tank :)

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    to the AC...

    A single betta or a assortment of shrimp would work in a 5 gallon.
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    Welcome to the AC!

    I agree, a betta would be quite lovely. ^^
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    Hello and welcome to the AC!
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    i agree that bettas would find a 5 gallon wonderful. one male betta that is.

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    Welcome Welcome
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    Haha, bettas are gorgeous....but i cannot keep one alive!! Idk why, I've tried 4 or 5 times in different set ups and they never make it more than a week! I was told they were as easy to keep as goldfish..well, my goldies are thriving, but the bettas always go belly up :(

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