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  1. Tank Size: Provide a tank of at least 75-100 gallons for a young Flowerhorn, and be prepared to upgrade to a larger tank as they grow. Adults can reach significant sizes.

  2. Water Parameters: Maintain stable conditions with a temperature range of 78-82°F (25-28°C), a pH level of 6.0-7.5, and moderately hard to hard water.

  3. Filtration: Use powerful filtration to ensure excellent water quality. Flowerhorns are messy eaters and produce a lot of waste.

  4. Aquascape: Create an environment with rocks, caves, and artificial decorations. Flowerhorns appreciate territories and hiding spots. Fine sand or gravel substrate is suitable.

  5. Tank Mates: Flowerhorns are highly territorial and aggressive, so they are best kept alone. Mixing them with other fish often leads to conflict and injuries.

  6. Diet: They are carnivorous and require a diet primarily of high-quality pellets, live or frozen foods like fish, shrimp, and occasional vegetable matter for fiber.

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