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    Just keep a very close eye on them, as they mature you may have issues that will crop up quickly. You will more likely than not need to rehome some fish or set up more tanks to deal with aggression issues as the fish start to hit sexual maturity.
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    Lighten up its just the internet its not like someone came in your house and punched a baby in the face.

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    Welcome to the forum

    here is a picture of my 125 gallon tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lab_Rat
    Just keep a very close eye on them, as they mature you may have issues that will crop up quickly. You will more likely than not need to rehome some fish or set up more tanks to deal with aggression issues as the fish start to hit sexual maturity.
    My Oscar is too moody honestly.I am sure the Texas will learn real quick not to mess with the Oscar again.I will keep an eye on them though,so far I have noticed the Texas will not step foot into the territory of the Oscar.

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    Cool. The key to making your stocking work, along with the large water changes, will be for you to stay on top of any signs of aggression and be willing to make changes when needed. Good luck!
    Quote Originally Posted by i_am_511
    Lighten up its just the internet its not like someone came in your house and punched a baby in the face.

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