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OSCAR FISH Vs MY HAND!

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Published on Apr 25, 2010

The large one is Juggernaught smaller teddy, i was cleaning out the tank one day when they decided it was time i stopped. At first i thought it was curiosity then they started tearing into my hand! And they bite hard too!..

Video just of the Pleco http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOeuFy...

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Greg Bleckler
Hey jay beautiful fish. You seem to have found some real winners in the comments who know very little about oscars. Haha.
CorajiSaaji
i had one oscar when i was younger for a preety long time and he was extremely attached to me. He would never bite me, always straddling my hand and never once bit me. however when i got a pet hamster as well, he suddenly became very sick. and i could not watch him dying, so my dad put him in a pond nearby. And currently after many years, my dad bought two other oscars, but as they grow older they seem to get extremely vicious, biting me and so. i feel so sad when i look at my current two fishes. i always regret what i have done by neglecting my first oscar.:(
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bman
wow i wish my oscar was this tame xd mine is viciously territorial..... two hundred gallon tank and not even a pleco or snail will live more than 5 min sadly......cleaning his tank is painful xd
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LetsTalk Weed
My Oscars are like dogs with fins and gills...My kids hand feed the adults, my 3 year old in particular likes it when "They are eating my fingers giggle" They are fish full of personality and very alert. Not once, even when I have "play wrestled" with them, have they bitten me aggressively. They never seem scared/territorial around human hands at all. They like to come and see what my hands tastes like from time to time, but never breaking the skin or displaying any aggressive behavior. Great vid m8 :)
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Gipsy Perez
that cute,playing with ur fish!!
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GUPPYKIWI
Very cool! Looks like good, clean fun to me. I notice the Oscars were not in the least bit intimidated and hardly backed up at all. You probably gave your Oscars some much needed exercise and kept them from being bored to death. I'd rather have aggressive Oscars than ones that were scaredy-cats any time I put my hand in the tank. This is like playing rough with a large dog- the dog gets to dump some of its energy and as long as there is no biting, both the person and the dog get some quality time together. Neither of those Oscars looked like they were suffering.
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Engelbert Eichhorn
unnötig Stress produzieren...vollnoob
RayMondoART
they bit the hand that fed them... -_- what are those smaller fish, and what purpose do they serve?
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Cthulhu Has Risen
My oscar likes to try n chew my hand off as i vacuum his gravel. When i tighten my hand into a fist he bites hard enough to make me bleed. I now keep my hand loose and he attacks but no injuries. Just a heads up :)
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Prathyush Rock
Beautiful tank and fish dude
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