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blueberry oscar
blueberry oscar
blueberry oscar
here u see one of my blueberry oscar gulping down a shrimp they are also in my southamerican comunity tank beautifull oscars neva knew blue berry existed till i saw these i had to get
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Aug 31st, 2005
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Cody Applegate-Williams » posted 2005/09/01 12:02 am  
Blueberry oscars are dyed fish. It is very cruel the process these fish undergo. It is either injected into them or they are forced to swim through it which severely damages their immune system.
(anonymous) » posted 2005/09/01 05:57 am
(anonymous) » posted 2005/09/06 02:03 pm
that is such a beautiful fish! Where did you find that one at? I gotta have one now. I have a tiger oscar, an albino african and a paku
(anonymous) » posted 2005/09/06 10:02 pm
wow 1st time i have ever seen that color oscar, its really beautiful how much ? if you dont mind me asking i paid $40 for a tiger
(anonymous) » posted 2005/09/10 05:51 pm
hell ov a nice fish...but i gotta say its dyed,,still a great fish,,oscars are cool anyway you look at em
(anonymous) » posted 2005/09/14 09:47 pm
they sell them here in florida, they are just albino, the fish store I go to all the time refuses to sell them in his shop because they are injected with a blue die. If they live the blue goes away after a while and your back to an albino
13 U L 12 O G » posted 2009/09/26 10:00 pm
im shocked
Olivia Alexander » posted 2011/01/15 10:39 am

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