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User Image darkhawk42 Posted: Mar 16, 2018 12:11 AM (UTC)

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Giving them a soup basil leaf.
I brought home some Pho soup tonight and had some for dinner. Decided to see what the fish thought of a basil leaf from my soup.
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User Image darkhawk42 Posted: Mar 14, 2018 1:59 PM (UTC)

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Oscarfish communication
The oscars together, Doofus and Creamcicle get along fairly well. No big fights have broken out yet. Doofus pushes his size around. Oscarfish have a wide array of communication with body language, scent, and touch. There is just so much science doesn't know about these amazing, if common fish. If any fish biologists want to study my oscars, I will be glad to help.
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User Image hammam.abdu Posted: Mar 11, 2018 3:21 AM (UTC)

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Cepet gede ya wak,biar kalo si baby lahir uda ada temen yg ngajakin maen

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User Image lucian_ferraz Posted: Mar 8, 2018 10:38 PM (UTC)

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User Image lucian_ferraz Posted: Mar 2, 2018 10:52 PM (UTC)

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User Image nz_fish_hobbyist Posted: Feb 27, 2018 8:42 AM (UTC)

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Common name: Oscar Cichlid. Species name: Astronotus Ocellatus.
Lifespan: 10-13 years
Max Size: 36cm although bigger specimens have been reported. Oscars are often thought of as the puppy dogs of aquaria, Oscars tend to recognise their owners and will even occasionally do tricks, however Oscars are not all play, and every specimen is different so keep this in mind if you are thinking about picking one up from your local pet store. Their natural environment in based in parts around South America however are very common in the aquarium hobby. They are considered an aggressive species by most, although it can all depend on their living environment and housing. Although Oscars are considered carnivores they will readily accept anything offered to them, ranging from pellets, live food to even assorted vegetables. I personally have been keeping two Oscars that recently turned 12months old and are verging on 30cm, so for anybody contemplating getting an Oscar beware that most of there growing happens in the first year of there life!