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  • 1. Goldfish By Mindy Reinhart
  • 2. Goldfish Facts
    • Freshwater fish in the carp family
    • Domesticated in China for more than 1,000 years
    • One of the most popular aquarium species
    • Hundreds of varieties throughout the world
  • 3. Black Moor
    • Deep bodies with “telescope” or “dragon” eyes and flowing veil tails
    • Grow up to 10 inches
    • Turn black as they mature but often develop orange patches as they age
  • 4. Bubble Eye Goldfish
    • Grow 6-8 inches
    • Metallic-hue scales
    • No dorsal fin
    • Fluid-filled sacs around eyes
    • “ Eye bladders” develop when fish are about 3 months old.
  • 5. Comet Goldfish
    • Grow up to 12 inches
    • Deeply forked tail
    • Variety of colors
    • Developed in the United States in the 1880's
    • Very active fish
  • 6. Common Goldfish
    • Not breed for modifications other than color
    • Available in a variety of colors
    • Social, friendly fish
  • 7. Oranda Goldfish
    • This is a red-cap oranda
    • Grow 8-12 inches
    • Variety of colors
    • Develops a hood-like growth that encases head
  • 8. Pearlscale Goldfish
    • Grow up to 8 inches
    • Spherical body
    • Many colors and varieties
    • Prone to swim-bladder disorders
  • 9. Ryukin Goldfish
    • Up to 8 inches
    • Red, white, red and white, or calico
    • Deep body with shoulder hump and long caudal fin
  • 10. Shubunkin Goldfish
    • Reach 9-16 inches
    • Pearly scales
    • Calico pattern
    • Developed in Japan around 1900