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  1. So ive been trying to introduce my new oscars to my old ones. Well everything goes fine untill my old oscars see the new albino colour. Its like one of my old oscars literally hates the colour pink. Can they even see in colours? The newest and smallest is accepted no worries and hes tiny. I basically have three tigers and a albino. Im suprised my old oscars being rather largish accept the smallest oscar but not the inbetween size. Ideas? Suggestions? Pics are on this thread, gives a good idea of size too. http://www.qldaf.com/forums/photography-video-lounge-23/oscars-gold-spot-pic-heavy-71509/
  2. i have a red devil approx 15cm and he wont touch the pellets i have can anyone recommend anything else out of the fridge that he will def eat? Would feeder fish be a good idea? Any info be good, new to Americans Cheers, Blake
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