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Old 08-29-2013, 06:42 PM   #1
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What would be cheaper ?

What would be cheaper to set up ? A 75 gallon Oscar tank ? Or a koi pond ? But which one would be better ?
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Old 08-29-2013, 06:55 PM   #2
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What would be cheaper to set up ? A 75 gallon Oscar tank ? Or a koi pond ? But which one would be better ?
Better? It's your opinion not ours.

It depends how cheap you get the tank and how much of the pond your doing on your own. I'm pretty sure you could set up a 75 gallon Oscar tank for cheaper
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Better? It's your opinion not ours.

It depends how cheap you get the tank and how much of the pond your doing on your own. I'm pretty sure you could set up a 75 gallon Oscar tank for cheaper
Okay , and when I said better I meant like which fish would be easier to take care of and which fish gets more " attached " to the owner
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Okay , and when I said better I meant like which fish would be easier to take care of and which fish gets more " attached " to the owner
As of getting "attached", they're about equal. I personally feel like an Oscar is more personal though. I've never had koi so I'm not sure which is easier
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As of getting "attached", they're about equal. I personally feel like an Oscar is more personal though. I've never had koi so I'm not sure which is easier
Oh okay
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Okay , and when I said better I meant like which fish would be easier to take care of and which fish gets more " attached " to the owner
Oscars!! I love mine. They go crazy the second they see me . They seem to get attached. But so will you
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Oscars!! I love mine. They go crazy the second they see me . They seem to get attached. But so will you
I love oscars and I want one really , really bad , but I don't know if my mom will let me because she says " but it's only one fish in a 75 gallon " she doesn't understand but I would be happy with a koi pond too because those are my favorite coldwater fish
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