Can Guppies and Goldfish Be in the Same Tank?

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It would not be a good idea to keep guppies and gold fish in the same tank, as the goldfish is likely to eat the smaller sized guppies. Also, the goldfish produce a lot of waste which could affect the health of the guppies. Furthermore, the two species survive at different environmental conditions, the guppies preferring a higher water temperature compared to the goldfish.
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Goldfish are coldwater fish and need to be kept below 70F. All Guppies are tropical fish and need to be kept above 70F. They should not be kept together.
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1. Offer your guppies crushed flake food twice a day. Each time you feed your guppies, give them only as much food as they can eat within 3 to 5 minutes. Overfeeding can lead to waste
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Goldfish are large coldwater fish, they need very spacious over filtered tanks, over 20 US gallons for one, they're nippy, pushy and bullish. They will also eat anything that fits
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Similar sized Livebearers, Tetras, Rasboras,
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