Extra small vs big vs extra big

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As I've got 2 male Oscars and they always fight for their territory I decided to get a female Oscar.


She is an albino red Oscar and he is only 10cm big. I've been checking her out for a while. She is only in the tank for a few hours and she aready selected a partner for her.

She is in the tank with 5 other fish. Two male Oscars (20cm and 19cm), 2 plecos (43cm and 29cm) and the biggest in the tank, a 56cm Giant gourami.

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Just wondering how did you find out your oscars' gender?
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DRACO replied the topic: Extra small vs big vs extra big

i always believe that if you have big tank, space always allows more fish to come in....
when i introduce a small long fin oscar in my community tank, the big long fin tiger
always protect the small one... as you can see in my signature pic.
today the small one is already big and bulky ...and no protection needed.
later, i introduce another group of small light color oscar...just the same, the big
long fin always on the watch.

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