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Fish #1 (sail) and Fish #2 (poof) were in 1 gallon vases, and Fish #3 (shadow) ended up in the former betta's 2 gallon vase.
Hopefully you have learned that as important as how many fish you should put in your fish tank is, the method with which you add them is even more important. The 1 inch to 1 gallon rule is an old rule of thumb, but it's not perfect. The best way to measure is to keep testing the water and to add fish slowly. Believe me, when you've hit a limit your water test will show it quickly, but it's best to avoid that moment.
In a typical 10 gallon aquarium, you can easily support 6-8 fish, as long as none are whoppers. A 20 gallon fish tank doubles that. Try to mix it up with fish that like to be low and others that like to swim high, and your aquarium will feel plenty full. Make them count, because by caring for your water carefully they should be in your tank for a long time.
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