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210 Gallon Aquarium: 72 1/2 x 24 1/2 x 29 5/8In addition, there are types of specialty tanks with different aquarium dimensions. Bow front tanks, tanks with round shapes, and hexagon shaped tanks to name a few. When considering purchasing a specialty tank, be mindful that these types of tanks have non-rectangular aquarium dimensions so measure and plan accordingly.10 Gallon Hexagon: 14 1/2 x 12 9/16 x 18 3/420 Gallon Hexagon: 18 3/4 x 16 1/4 x 20 5/835 Gallon Hexagon: 23 1/4 x 20 3/16 x 24 3/460 Gallon Hexagon: 27 1/4 x 24 1/8 x 29 1/2Also, there are other types of fish tanks used for breeding purposes. The aquarium dimensions of breeder tanks vary based on the gallon size and water volume, but they generally are deeper in terms of width. Just be aware that when one speaks of a 40 gallon tank for example, it may be 40 gallon long tank a 40 gallon breeder tank, each with different aquarium dimensions.It’s a good idea to think of aquarium size in terms of the aquarium setup as a whole. While that includes the number of gallons and , it also includes size and area considerations including:The actual aquarium dimensions;

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29 gallon aquariums are not very different than the 20 gallon long, despite the almost 50% increase in volume Anyway, here is my current situation..... I took care of a teenager's goldfish and betta and as a "thank you" for something, I fixed up her fish aquariums (bought her betta a bigger tank and bought rocks, etc. which her fish didn't have). After fixing up her tanks, I was motivated and thought it would be fun to get a few goldfish (which I remembered to be hardy - ?) Anyway, on a whim at the store (8 days ago), I bought a 10-gallon tank AND fish. The person at the store said that would be fine since goldfish were hardy. She also sold me a golden dojo loach with the fish (they were in the same aquarium and looked cool.) I knew nothing about them and just trusted her. I then researched and learned that the loach may get 10 inches long, should live in an aquarium that is AT LEAST 29 gallons, and should have at least 2 dojo loach friends. Yikes! So, I promptly went on Craig's List and (long story) came home with a 29-gallon and 55-gallon tank. Today I set up the 29 gallon tank thinking that would be easier for starting out. My plan is to transfer the 3 fancy goldfish and loach to the new tank soon. I now know (from this site) that I should have cycled the first aquarium for 1-3 months before buying fish, but.... I'm already too late for that.

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