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Is a 32 gallon tank worth the money?

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Something*Fishey, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. Something*Fishey

    Something*Fishey New Member

    I am thinking of buying a 32 gallon fish tank for tropical fish and i was wonderin if this is a good idea :mrgreen: . And if it is, what are some good fish to buy for it. :y_the_best:
  2. tina1

    tina1 New Member

    You have quite a few options with a 32 gallon tank. Do you know the dimensions? Length is more important than height. Also, how much will you be buying it for?

    Welcome to Auspet :eek:
  3. Obelix

    Obelix New Member

    Welcome Also, I've sent you a PM.
  4. jennlo75

    jennlo75 New Member

    The bigger the better, I have a 55 gallon and it is great. I have found that smaller tanks are more work than larger ones. Buy what you can afford, a larger tank may only be a few more $ .
  5. jennlo75

    jennlo75 New Member

    I prefer tetras, but there are other types, such as ciclids and angels. Dont mix aggressive fish with docile fish. Find a reputable pet shop, ask questions.
  6. jennlo75

    jennlo75 New Member

  7. Something*Fishey

    Something*Fishey New Member

    Its around $100 canadian for the tank, light, and cover. :)
  8. Something*Fishey

    Something*Fishey New Member

    How much was the 55 gallon?
  9. bloodpain

    bloodpain New Member

    It's a good investment, providing you do some research on what you're getting, and remember to get a longer one rather than a tall one.. Best of luck..
  10. Something*Fishey

    Something*Fishey New Member

    What size of tank do all you people recemend??? :0015:
  11. Something*Fishey

    Something*Fishey New Member

    but remember i dont have enough money to get big fancy ones :(
  12. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Shop around and buy the biggest tank you can realistically afford (keeping in mind you'll have to buy a filter & heater too) or have the space for.

  13. OneWolvesDream

    OneWolvesDream New Member

    Welcome to auspet!

    a nice big tank is always nice, though i have found buying my 29 gal, that i payed only a few $ more for a bigger tank, a 15 gal was only 10 $ less, where a 10 gal is normally found at about 20 something $ hardly worth it. so i agree with the saying the bigger the better!
  14. sushi101

    sushi101 New Member

    hi, i recently answered this under another name.(Jennlo75)what have you chose? you should really search classified ads for second hand tanks. SAVE $$$$

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