07-25-2009, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by MrWynO14
I know I'm going a little off topic here, but what ends up happening to an Oscar
fish when they don't have the necessary space to live in? I mean, do they get more vulnerable to disease until they eventually catch one, or one day do they just die or what?
In too small of a tank the fish will become stunted and they will have problems with their internal organs and its lifespan will be shortened. Zombie is correct in that water quality will be affected in such a small tank and this will also affect the fish's health. Oscars are very messy fish and need larger volumes of water and lots of filtration.