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State: Louisiana
Country: United States
Description: Iv got 2 oscars in a 75 there rather large an are snug but It was a bit of a rescue/I inheradeted them so iv got them in as much as I could afford slash had space for There's one 70 to 100 gallon hang on bak filter and one small 50 gallon plus under gravel filters an I do about 20 gallon change a week due to large load on water Can not do a hell of a lot with decoratin due to oscars need a lot of open water due to size
Advice: I believe no animal should be bought with a enclosure large anough to hold them there I tire life at the same time This goes for any animal certainly y I have these to guys I don't
Fish Kept: Tiger Oscar
Corals/Plants: None in this tank
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: Iv got a few other tanks an would enjoy haven other people rate an see them if this goes well an y'all don't tear me up to bad I'd like to show the rest 57 gallon bow front corner tank salt water bin goes for 2 years strong 20 gallon African tank nothin special but iv got it decorated well an my fish get along together an have for a lil wile

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