Albino Tiger Oscar

  • Stunning Albino Tiger Oscar: Eye-catching white body with vibrant red stripes.
  • Intelligent & Interactive: Recognizes owner, playful personality (can even do tricks!).
  • Large & Lively: Requires spacious tank (100+ gallons), powerful filtration.
0 People watching this product now!
SKU: 2066

Live Fish Shipping Online

We ship Live Fish to all the states except WA, NT & TAS. Hurry up and order today!



12 in stock

12 in stock

Purchase this item and get 25 Points - worth of $0.25
0 People watching this product now!
  • Click & Collect

Pickup during store hours


  • Courier delivery

Our courier will deliver to the specified address

24 - 48 Hrs


  • Attention

We ensure utmost care is taken when shipping Live Fish. If you'd like to claim a dead fish, we need a sufficient proof (photos and videos) of the dead fish in the shipping bag. We do not accept claim if the fish dies in your aquarium.

  • Live Fish Guarantee

Payment Methods:


Albino Tiger Oscar: A Captivating Freshwater Fish

The Albino Tiger Oscar, a mesmerizing freshwater fish, is a captivating addition to any aquarium. Renowned for its intelligence and striking appearance, this Oscar variety offers a unique albino twist on the classic Tiger Oscar.

Scientific Name: Astronotus ocellatus (Albino Red Tiger variant)

Water Quality: Oscars thrive in clean, well-maintained water. A powerful filtration system is necessary due to their size and messy eating habits. Regular water changes are crucial.

Water Parameters:

  • pH Level: Neutral (between 6.5 and 7.5)
  • GH Level: 8 – 12 dGH
  • KH Level: 8 – 20 dKH

Feeding: Albino Tiger Oscars are omnivores. Their diet should include a variety of high-quality foods like cichlid pellets, frozen bloodworms, brine shrimp, and even chopped vegetables.

Tank Mates: Oscars can be aggressive, especially towards smaller fish. Choose tank mates cautiously. Larger, peaceful cichlids like Severums or Jack Dempseys may be suitable in a very spacious tank.

Substrates and Tank Decorations: Oscars are known to dig. Use smooth gravel or sand as a substrate and secure decorations to avoid them being uprooted. Opt for hardy plants like Amazon Swordtails or Java Ferns that can withstand the occasional nibbling.

Suitable Plants: Live plants can be challenging with Oscars. Opt for hardy varieties like Amazon Swordtails, Java Ferns, or Anubias that can be attached to driftwood or rocks.

Sexing and Breeding: Distinguishing male from female Albino Tiger Oscars is difficult until they reach breeding maturity. Breeding can occur in captivity, but it requires a large tank and specific breeding conditions.

Maximum Size and Longevity: Albino Tiger Oscars can grow up to 12-14 inches (30 cm) and live for 8-15 years with proper care.

Behavior: These intelligent fish are known for their interactive personalities. They can recognize their owners and even perform tricks! However, they are territorial and can be aggressive towards other fish.

Things to Consider Before Buying:

  • Tank Size: Oscars require a large tank, minimum of 100 gallons (380 liters) for a single fish.
  • Filtration: Powerful filtration is essential to maintain good water quality.
  • Tank Mates: Choose tank mates cautiously due to their potential for aggression.

General Information:

  • Origin: South America (Amazon River basin)
  • Family: Cichlidae (Cichlids)

Fun Fact: Albino Tiger Oscars lack the usual dark pigmentation due to a genetic mutation. This results in their striking white body with vibrant red tiger stripes.


My Family



Where I am from


South America

My behaviour



How do I breed



Can you keep me

Care Level


Potential of Hydrogen

pH Level Aquarium pH measures water acidity/alkalinity. 7 is neutral. Fish have pH preferences; maintain ideal levels for their health and stability.

6.5 – 7.5

General Hardness

GH Level GH (General Hardness) in aquariums measures minerals like calcium and magnesium. It affects fish health by showing water\'s mineral content.

8 – 12 dGH

Carbonate Hardness

KH Level KH (Carbonate Hardness) in an aquarium stabilizes pH. It acts like a shield, keeping the water conditions just right for fish.

8 – 20 dKH


Temperature Ideal temperature needed for fish

26°C – 28°C

How long will I live

Life Span

15 Years

Customer Reviews