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  1. Default Oscar with Dempseys ?


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    Would this combo work? My Dempseys are 2-3 inches, my Oscar is 1 1/2 inches. I was going to buy some other fish to go in my 55 gallon, but eventually my Oscar is going to outgrow the 26 gallon I have him in.

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    Most likely yes, Untill the oscar outgrows the 55 gallon ;-)

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    Wouldnt a 55 gallon tank be big enough for an Oscar

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    ONLY GROW TO 1 FOOT IN LENGHT!!
    let the bells rings and the horns blow, for i am back.lol

    http://www.freewebs.com/rolliefish

    check it out if you want to.
    ---------------------------------------------------
    100 gallon
    75 gallon
    50 some set up, now.
    over 50 13 1/2 gallon tanks

    in all have over 200 tanks

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    I plan on getting a bigger tank in the fall.

  6. #6

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    Oscars sometimes grow bigger than 1ft in captivity. I have seen specimens larger than 40 cm / 16 inch but the are excetions to the rule. This means that a 55 gallon eventually will be bit small but oscars can be kept for a extended period of time in an aquarium of that size.

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