The Tiger Oscar | Albino Oscar is a color variation of Astronotus ocellatus Oscar. Oscar are colorful addition to large aquarium. The Tiger Oscar | Albino Oscar has a blue-black background with an orange-red pattern. Oscar fish has brightly colored dorsal fin with an eye spot . They will form a pair, make a nuclear family and are generally peaceful in nature. It is hard to tell the difference between the male and females, but during spawning the female has obvious genital papilla.
Oscars are a popular fish to keep as a pet thanks to their inquisitive natures. They’re known to watch their owners intently, and some are even docile enough that you can pet them or hand-feed them! Even better, they’re relatively easy to care for, as long as you give them the right food and keep their tanks clean. Once you get the hang of taking care of Oscars, you may even be able to breed them!
The Tiger Oscar | Albino Oscar requires a large aquarium of at least 70 gallons. Using floating plants is a good compromise to this problem. Tiny Oscars form a tight cluster for protection and this is normal behavior for juvenile fish. Large Oscars are not as territorial as most other cichlids. When full grown but will consume anything they can fit into their mouths.
The Tiger Oscar | Albino Oscar is a carnivore that is a predaceous and hearty eater. Oscars will eat a variety of meaty foods. Small fish and earthworms, Cichlid pellets, larger flake food, ocean plankton, bloodworms, and tubifex worms are favorite.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 3″ | Medium: 5″ | Large 7″