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I am going to be setting up a 125 gallon tank and was looking at getting one of the large angels. Different websites list different recommended tank sizes, and some list certain (10") angels needing a 125 with others the same size needing a 180. There aren't a lot of angles I can find that fit a 125, but was wondering if any of the 10" angels would be ok in that size? Anybody have experience with that?

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in a 125 angel fish won't get that big and if they do if will take them a very long time to get that big more liked 5 to 10 years, best way to do it is buy them small but from my experiences putting a 10'' angel in a 125 is not a good idea.

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I have done it before but again long term wise it wasnt the smartest move. I am guess this is going to be a FOWLR? with larger angles, make sure your QT them to prevent bringing in unwanted hitch hikers. maybe look at majestic angles if you want it to be more passive compared to queens, imperators, etc.

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