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    My Red Oscar

    Discussion in 'Central and South American Cichlids' started by adnan, May 14, 2017.

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      So pretty
       
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      Thank you all guys! Really appreciate your interest and questions!

      Last picture. I will do updates after a while :)

      [​IMG]
       
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      they should be fine as longs your tank is 75 gallons for when they get big
       
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      Thank you Anthony but I already tried many times with different types of fish. I don't want any more dead fish.
      My mistake was that in the beginning I didn't put 4-5 small Oscars in the tank. Now my Oscar is adult size fish and he/she looks at the whole tank like his/her territory.
       
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      4 or 5 would be way too much for that tank
       
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      That's correct. I just didn't express myself clearly- I just wanted a couple and then if that happened to provide a bigger tank.
      At the moment I don't plan to put any other tank mates.
       
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      Ah. Synodontis catfish may work, but feeding them would be a pain

      I'm not a huge oscar fan but I wouldn't mind something like this
       
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      Yes, Synodintis catfish are tough enough, active and funny, just it's hard to find big one. I had one years ago, absolutely gorgeous fish and very territorial.
      Great idea Hendre, thanks!
       
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      I see a lot of big ones over here on my side of the world. Mine isn't active at all but is still rather small
       

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