I used to have a 150 gallon tank, but I moved, and my current apartment complex doesn't allow tanks over 10 gallons. Hence, I am now the proud owner of a 5 gallon nano tank.
I have got it up and running, and the water is now ready for some fish.
In my large tank my favorite fish were the ones that tried to hide, like my Black Ghost Knifefish.
I bought a small hiding rock, now I just need to find someone to live in it. I would love any suggestions, for small fish, that could live in my tank.
I'm currently thinking of getting one or two live plants and then a little hiding or digging fish.
Fish that hides and/or digs in sand- for a nano tank.
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I think you could do kuhli loaches? They definitely dig and hide a lot but when they're out and about they're very fun to watch. They also are unique looking, if you'd like a "different" looking fish (I mention this because of your black knife fish you used to have).
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