Oscar fish

Discussion in 'Oscars' started by aniketrocks777, Jul 15, 2015.

  1. aniketrocks777

    aniketrocks777 New Member Member

    My Oscar fish(3-4inches) just jumped from the tank and banged its head on the tank roof...from that time it has lost its control and is not able to swim. Wat should I do
     
  2. jdhef

    jdhef Moderator Moderator Member

    Welcome to FishLore!

    I dont think there is much you can do, but I would imagine he will be okay eventually.
     
  3. OP
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    aniketrocks777

    aniketrocks777 New Member Member

    Tq so much bro..I to hope so...:D
     
  4. Anders247

    Anders247 Fishlore Legend Member

    Welcome to fishlore!
    Not much you can do, I agree. Hope he gets better.
     
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    aniketrocks777

    aniketrocks777 New Member Member

    Ya he should get better..tq :D
     
  6. Dom90

    Dom90 Fishlore VIP Member

    Hoped he learned his lesson not to try to escape from the tank next time...
     
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    aniketrocks777

    aniketrocks777 New Member Member

    Hehee..
     
  8. Theman1

    Theman1 Valued Member Member

    Mine also likes to jump. I had to cut a whole out of my lid because he would try to jump out when I feed him. He still tries to jump but just smashes into the lid. Heres a picture of him missing some scales because of jumping.
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  9. octopanda

    octopanda Well Known Member Member

    i love oscars!

    I think that your oscar just got banged up a little... wait a while and see if it gets better.
     
  10. BettasAndAnOscar

    BettasAndAnOscar Valued Member Member

    Oscars will heal very quickly w/ no meds, as long as the water is clean! Mr. Wiggles also jumps a lot. He'll float sideways for 3-5 minutes, before returning to his normal self .


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