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    Assuming that the Oscar is still relatively small (about two inches or so), would it be possible for a Siamese Algae Eater to co-exist with one, providing that both are living in a fairly large tank (about 300 gallons or so) that is well furnished with numerous hiding places? Thanks in advance.

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    Bad idea, SAE is a slender-bodied fish, Oscar is a predator. Even if the SAE is too big to swallow at once the Oscar will still eat it, swimming around with the body/tail hanging out of the mouth until the head is digested. I once saw a small Oscar with a baby snakehead hanging out of its mouth (many years ago...)

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    Well in a tank that large and many hiding places I believe that it would be possible. I just hope you don't get too attached because there is still a good chance its going to find him and eat him

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