Fish are friends, not food.
By Hannah Minix and Sophie Brinkley
Angelfish are a beautiful carnivorous fish that feed on fresh or frozen bloodworms, brine shrimp and daphnia. They grow up to 6 inches long and swim in waters 76-86 degrees Fahrenheit. They enjoy moderately decorated tanks with rocks, driftwood, and plants.
Long Fin Red Minor Tetra's are a great addition to any tank. These two inch fishes are carnivorous. They feed on frozen blood worms, glass worms, brine shrimp, plankton and daphnia. They are friendly fish who swim in schools of 5+ fish. They swim in waters of 72-82 degrees Fahrenheit. They enjoy habitats decorated moderately with rocks, driftwood, and plants.
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This is a medium 36"L x 15"D x 20"H fish tank. Its volume is 6.25ft cubed. It can hold 46.9 gallons of water.
There will be 15 bags of gravel needed to spread a 2cm thick ground of gravel.
The decorations in the tank are a rock cave($35) and a piece of driftwood($35)