Sea Horses

Cone-41

New member
I really want to get a 10-20 gallon tank and put a sea horse or two in it. I would get all the light and filter and everything and keep the water temp. at the right spot. But I have a few questions:

1: Is 10-20 gallons big enough for a sea horse
1b: If it is, how many could I put in it.

2: Are Sea Horses hard to take care of?

3: Is there anything special I would need to have one (like something I have to have in or on my tank.)

Any help is appreciated, thanks in advance!
 

Curlsoc

Premium Member
I believe that's too small, and yes, not easy as they have to be fed a lot I believe, but you should ask on the Seahorse forum, they might be more help!
 

Cone-41

New member
Thanks for the help
Feeding alot is no problem for me. I will try this 45 gallon tank I just found.
 

bertoni

Premium Member
Some seahorses are small, and some are quite large. There's a seahorse forum here on RC, too, that might be useful.
 

murfman

New member
Seahorses like tall tanks. They spend all day long looking for pods. Make sure that they have something to anchor to on the bottom. Low flow and low light.
 
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