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I have 3 Otos (used to be 4) in my heavily planted 10 gallon with my betta. Is is a mature tanks and I still need to supplement them every other day with either Repashy Solient Green, Kens Veggie Sticks, or blanched veggies. My tank is spotless though! I LOVE my otos. I would never keep less than 3. I think 4-6 is better though. The more you get the more they shoal.
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