04-02-2010, 04:46 AM
| || | im not really understanding sorry
Originally Posted by iamntbatman
The short answer is: well, you don't. You buy a bunch and see if they pair off, then sell the rest. I would recommend at least a six foot tank for a pair of adults. If you ask me, breeding is really not something you want happening unless you really, really want to breed them. Spawning oscars leads to a whole mess of issues apart from the typical difficulties of caring for the fish. Because of these issues, I don't think I'd ever put more than one oscar in my cichlid community for fear of them pairing off and killing my other fish in the process.
so one you do not recommend breeding???.. and i dont want to put any fish in with my oscar now...also what is the bad parts of breeding oscar anyway?