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You have a very informative site here on just about everything there is to fish. I have a question to ask you about oscar fish, I have 2 tiger oscars (black and albino)and a pleco in a 55 gallon tank. I have read on many other sites that 55 gallons is extremely small for 2 oscars let alone for 1 I was wondering if that is true or not. I have also read that a 30 gallon tank could be suitable for 1 oscar and a pleco. My father had fish all of his life and he said that he had 2 oscars in a 55 gallon tank and they were fine and hardly had any problems with them so hopefully you can answer my question. Thanks

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Tiger Oscars are a color variety of the Oscar Cichlid (Astronotus Ocellatus). Actual origins of the Tiger Oscar remain somewhat of a mystery with some information that suggests they were based from a naturally occurring color variety originally (incorrectly) classified (in 1904) as a separate species (Astronotus Ocellatus Zebra), a classification which is now obsolete. We know now, through additional DNA studies from 1986, that fish originally identified as Astronotus Ocellatus Zebra are actually Astronotus Crassipinnis (the second Oscar species). There is no viable evidence that these fish have any relation to the origins of the Tiger Oscar.

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New Oscar Owner Information Packet · Oscar Fish Diet – What Do Oscar Fish Eat? Interestingly enough, the Oscar was described as in 1829-1831 by Baron de Cuvier. The original description appears in the publication by Spix and Agassiz, 129 Pl. 6. is in fact a salt-water genus, and it was described that the Oscar as occurring "at Ocean, off Brazil". In the early 1800's, it wasn't uncommon that fish were collected, and taken to ichthyologists, sometimes hundreds of miles away. They relied on being told where the fish were collected, and sometimes the information wasn't exactly accurate. The scientific description evolved as follows; Cuvier, 1831, Jardine, 1843, Cope, 1872, Cope, 1878, var. zebra Pellegrin, 1904, Haseman, 1911 and finally to . means being marked with a star on the back, and bearing an "eye spot" marking. Plenty has been written on the possible function of these markings, but no acceptable conclusions have been drawn, and it hasn't been demonstrated that these markings have any function at all.

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Fact And Complete Information About Oscar Fish…Astronotus ocellatus is a species of fish from the cichlid family known under a variety of common names, including oscar, tiger oscar, velvet cichlid, or marble cichlid. Oscar Fish is a very intelligent kind of fish that can be able to identify its owner. The heavily built Oscar is the all-time choice among aquarium and fish lovers. It originally came from South America...(continue reading please click an above link)

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