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Yes, you can, although you have to be careful on which snails you purchase. The two species that coexist best with snails are the pond snail and the ramshorn snail.
Some kinds of snails can live quite well in any aquarium. You have to have the right type, though. Be careful, however, because they can reproduce at an alarming rate.
Yes of course you can they help aid in the process of cleaning anything leftovers and their excrement
Snails can be kept in a goldfish tank, the snails will assist with keeping the tank clean as they feed off of left overs on the bottom.
As long as you have some algae growing in the tank for the snail to eat, you can have them in the same tank.
No , you cannot as snails are not too friendly with the goldfish and may even eat them . Videos supporting my answer can be seen in youtube.
You can keep snails and goldfish together if you are a tank with an air pump, a lid, and food for the snail.
hey i have a small bowl in which i have kept 1 goldfish nd 2 snails is it ok???coz the fish always comes toh the upper surface nd stays there only
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