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Soon after doing my homework shortly after purchasing it I had realized I bought a monster and within a month or 2 I had rehomed him back at the LFS where they have put him in the crammed with every showfish or oversized fish that doesnt fit in their 20 gallon sell tanks. He is now about 10 inches. My current stock on my 75 gallon is one tiger oscar with no tank mates. My plans are to upgrade to a 6 foot tank in the next years.
I know it wont be ideal but I am teetering with the idea of bringing him home as he is literally pressed up behind a rock blocked by a 16 inch giant pleco with barely a barebell sticking out. I can see he has barely grown an inch since there for the past months as well. With these two paired I am almost convinced he would thrive better in my 75 gallon. I over filtrate my tank and do weekly gravel vacuums and water changes.
My tank I would purchase when I am ready to buy a house would be anywhere in the neighborhood of This fish wont be sold at the shop and I am friendly with the shop and he would allow me to take it back. I am torn what to do. I would love to have this fish as an addition to my current and final tank which would be all of my current stocked tanks into one: Oscar, Severum, Eclipse Catfish, and pending my Perunno Catfish. Mostly looking out for the welfare of this fish.
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