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Old 10-10-2011, 11:53 PM   #1
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best enviornment for tiger oscar

What is ideal for the tank
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Old 10-11-2011, 12:15 AM   #2
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As big as you can get, or smallest I would do is a 75gal
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What type of decorations i mean
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A cave of some kind to call home and some plants( be prepared for them to be uprooted almost daily). Nothing with sharp corners either. As long as the can kind of hide then they'll be fine
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Would a flower pot work. Would i have to boil it
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Ya that's what I use. I just ran mine under hot water while scrubbing it really good and the fish love it
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A ping-pong ball. They'll play with it quite a bit, actually.
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nothing sharp or easily swallowed!!! soft fake plants and flat stones. a cave thing - the flowerpot would be fine, but less nauturalistic. and big +1 on the ping pong ball!!!!
how big is it? x
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nothing sharp or easily swallowed!!! soft fake plants and flat stones. a cave thing - the flowerpot would be fine, but less nauturalistic. and big +1 on the ping pong ball!!!!
how big is it? x
I have 2. I would say they ar maybe 3-4 inches
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How big of a tank do you plan on keeping the two in?
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