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Tiger Lutino Oscar 1 year 7 months ago #61605

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looking good!! :thumbs:
The name Oscar is a Norse baby name. In Norse the meaning of the name Oscar is: Divine spear.
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Tiger Lutino Oscar 1 year 7 months ago #61608

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Just read through you thread, must say great looking Lutino. Amazing what the right conditions do for Oscars.Looking forward to following his growth, btw great photos.
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Tiger Lutino Oscar 1 year 7 months ago #61610

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popss wrote:
looking good!! :thumbs:
Thank you my friend :thumbs:
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Tiger Lutino Oscar 1 year 7 months ago #61612

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Ernie14 wrote:
Just read through you thread, must say great looking Lutino. Amazing what the right conditions do for Oscars.Looking forward to following his growth, btw great photos.
Thank you very much Ernie! Animal really has a potential to be beautiful Oscar fish, and in time he/she is changing a lot, the colouration is getting deeper and more contrasting, hopefully it will continuous that way. At the moment Animal is almost 7 inches and I guess 7 months old. I have him/her since September last year, the size was about 3 inches.
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Tiger Lutino Oscar 1 year 7 months ago #61663

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With the more natural light. it's really cool to see the almost-invisible tiger pattern under the brilliant red. Animal just keeps looking awesomer! :thumbs:
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Tiger Lutino Oscar 1 year 7 months ago #61677

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Reywas wrote:
With the more natural light. it's really cool to see the almost-invisible tiger pattern under the brilliant red. Animal just keeps looking awesomer! :thumbs:
Thank you Reywas!
Yes, the light is almost natural, at the moment I use Day Light type of lightning. I really hope that Animal's "invisible" tiger pattern won't disappear in time, hopefully it will be even darker, it looks quite attractive :thumbs:
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Tiger Lutino Oscar 3 months 2 weeks ago #70477

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Hi guys!
It passed more than a year since I gave my tiger lutino oscar to a friend of mine hoping that my fish will be in good place. Well yesterday just accidentally found out that the fish is in critical condition :( ......Well, I talked with him (my friend) and took it back in my house, I couldn't leave my old pet in that condition.
No doubt, that HITH. Starting treatment immediately. I will keep you informed about how is going the treatment.
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Tiger Lutino Oscar 3 months 2 weeks ago #70478

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So sorry adnan!! Kudos to you for taking care of that guy.
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Tiger Lutino Oscar 2 months 2 weeks ago #70581

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Hi guys!
It passed almost a month since I got back my sick tiger Oscar fish. So after the successful treatment against HITH the fish is much better, recovering well. At the moment he/she share the same tank with my red Oscar. So what is the difference from the beginning- 1st it is getting bigger, probably an inch longer now, the colour is changing, the red is much deeper, the fish is really dynamic, active, the skin recovery is going very well, as well the appetite of fish is like a small pork lol. So far so good.
To be realistic I don't think that the skin will be 100% recovered but definitely in 3-4 months the tiger albino will be looking far better than from the beginning.

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