it takes awhile for oscars to eat when in new tank yes?
my new oscars will warm up eventually? do i have to give them a few days? im new in the oscar field.
It should only take a day at most for oscars to eat in a new tank. Make sure your temp is at 78 degrees farenheit. If they don't eat within a couple days, it may be an indicator that they have parasites or other illness.
Like all fish, they will be stressed when introduced to a new environment, and it may take up to a couple days for them to feel comfortable enough to eat. To ease the transition, you should keep the area the tank is in away from people constantly walking by, and keep the lights dim. They should eat in a few days! Good luck!
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