Photo #1 - My 5 Inch Albino Tiger Oscar "martha" ...

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Photo Caption: my 5 inch albino tiger oscar "Martha" Almost has an "eye" on her tail, which isnt all that common with albinos
freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - albino oscar stocking in 29 gallons tank - my 5 inch albino tiger oscar "Martha" Almost has an "eye" on her tail, which isnt all that common with albinos
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - i no longer have this tank, I have recently purchased a 75 gallon =) pictures soon

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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: 29H, black and white gravel with peice of drift wood and some slate rocks. decorated with plastic plants. 30-60 power filter, heater, standard flouresant lighting. Please rate my tank
Advice: some hard work and a little money spent usually makes a good tank
Fish Kept: Albino tiger oscar, and a "normal" oscar, Red Pacu, 3 plecos, firebelly newt
Corals/Plants: all plastic
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: what it do and....
About Yourself: im a 17 year old kid that loves fish, im doin the best i can with a 29 gallon tank =( but will soon be purchasing a 75 off of my friend =)

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