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freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - red oscar stocking in 75 gallons tank - bonnie and clyde. 2 oscars in 75 gallon tank.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: I am rather new at fish keeping and not actually sure of the deminsions of all my tanks..
Advice: I dont know.. Advise me...
Fish Kept: WOW.. 2 Oscars, 1Clown Knife, 1 Red devil, 1 Red bellied Pacu, 1 bala Shark,4Tin foil bars,2 Angelfish,4 asst.Plecos,1butterkofi cichlid,3 jack dempsey,1 firemouth,1Cory catfish,1 ?catfish,5 molly,6 zebra danio,whole bunch of tetras .1 loach,3 gloden mystery snails. I hope I'm not missing anyone...
Corals/Plants: No Live plants. Some Crushed coral for pH purposes in the Oscar Tank..
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: A demonstration Beats A Sales pittch.
About Yourself: This all started with 2 cute little Oscars and 1 10 gallon tank... I quickly learned the Oscars Grow pretty fast.. and As I gradually went larger.. I accumulated Tanks. And somewhat of an obsession.

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