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Thread: Hiding oscar

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    My 5 inch oscar is hiding in the pipe i recently put in she does seem to be scared enough to hide in it she just decided to go in there for pro longed periods of time any thoughts?

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    Is this the only fish in the aquarium and is this the only piece of "structure" in the tank?

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    theres a pipe and a barrel, shes come out of it now and swims freely i think she was just checking it out, although now the severum is living it lol
    theres the five inch oscar, eight inch oscar and a 6 inch sevrum

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    Are there eggs in the pipe. Just asking due to your earlier questions.

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    there was about 5 or 6 little orange ball chaped things not sure but they are gone now

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    That sounds like eggs. The parents might have eaten them as they do that sometimes the first few times they spawn.

    Judging by the color of the eggs I would say that it sound like you have a pair as the eggs sounds fertalized.

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    nice, i hope i get some fry next time, ill tell you if anything else happens

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