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Photo Caption: I keep one tiger oscar and a 18inch(45cm) cube community tank with angels, catfish, gouramis, clown loaches etc. I live in Sydney, Australia
freshwater fish - pterophyllum sp. - koi angel stocking in 50 gallons tank - I keep one tiger oscar and a 18inch(45cm) cube community tank with angels, catfish, gouramis, clown loaches etc. I live in Sydney, Australia
freshwater fish - parancistrus sp. - peppermint plecostomus (l-31) stocking in 50 gallons tank - I keep one tiger oscar and a 18inch(45cm) cube community tank with angels, catfish, gouramis, clown loaches etc. I live in Sydney, Australia

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Country: Australia
Description: I used to keep one tiger oscar in 2ft tank but have recently upgraded it to a 4ft tank with 2 gouramis living with him. I live in Sydney, Australia. PS- This picture is quite old and I will probably upload a new, more recent picture of my oscar soon.
Advice: Give it a go!
Fish Kept: 1 x Tiger Oscar 2x Opaline/Gold Gouramis
Corals/Plants: 2 x Java Fern
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Theres no better fish than an oscar.

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