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freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - tiger oscar stocking in 50 gallons tank - my tiger oscar when he was still 5 mos. old, now he's a year old

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Country: Phillippines
Description: 50 gal tank: 3ft x 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 52 gal homemade
Advice: keep your tank simple. less decorations, more space for the fishes. do more water change and vacuuming to keep your water clean. love your fishes.
Fish Kept: tiger oscar red oscar lutino red oscar green terror pleco pacu
Corals/Plants: none. oscars and live plants are not a good combination. oscars would just play with them until every bit of your plant is in the filter.
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: desire is irrelevant... i am a machine
About Yourself: i'm still a rookie. bought my very first fish a year ago (my tiger oscar). my fave fishes are oscars, as you can see from my list above.

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