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  1. Default Big Oscar with a Smaller Oscar


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    I have an Albino Oscar named Finn i wish to put another smaller Pink Oscar with him that i own yto see if they will go well together the large Oscar is 8 inches and the smaller is 5 inches would it be safe?

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    Nothing is 100% safe with large aggressive cichlids such as Oscars but I think your ok. You should however keep a close eye on them and remove the smaller oscar if it gets to badly beaten.

    My guess is however that it will work out fine as long as the tank isn't to small.

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    when you add the oscar you should make sure their are hiding places just in case your big one turns into a bully

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    Well i ended up putting the oscars together, and when they're both next to each other, the little one looks ALOT smaller, Almost straight after putting the little oscar with the bigger one now they are inseparable where ever one goes the other will follow thanx for the help

    Alex Full3R

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    thats cool maybe theyll have little oscars

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    i hope when they get a little bigger i plan to put a flat tile for them to see if they will breed

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    they might

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    whats the smallest a small oscar can be to go with an 8 inch oscar?

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    Hard question but i wouldn't feel safe putting anything much smaller than your small oscar in there. Perhaps 4 inches. Put why do you want to get more?
    Why not just live them and se i they spawn again and this time get fry.

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    Oh its just i already had a small red tiger oscar, but i was just curious on the size so when i can put him in with them, btw ive added the barramundi to the bigger oscar tank now

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