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    While I was doing a water change yesterday I got complete and noticed I was missing a fish now these fish are about 4 inches long and very easy to spot .one of my oscars had completely buried himself in the gravel at the bottom of the aquarium is this behavior normal this is the second time he has exibited behavior like this ,when he does it he is COMPLETLY buried and impossible to see 8-) [/u]

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    I haven't heard about this behaviour myself but oscars are individuals that can suprise you and that like to dig.

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