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Congested fins in goldfish

The condition known as congested fins is easy to confuse with tail rot, and can be particularly hard to correctly identify in fish who have red fins. Congested fins lead to the tail and fins taking on a torn and ragged appearance, without any external trauma having occurred to cause the tearing. While ...

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About the API Freshwater Master Test Kit

Keeping your tank water in good condition and removing harmful chemicals is vital to keeping your goldfish healthy and happy. In order to do this effectively, you need to buy a test kit and regularly check your water parameters. In this article, we will look in more detail at their freshwater master test kit. What ...

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Seasonal feeding of goldfish

Most goldfish owners drop their goldfish’s food into the tank each day without giving it a great deal of thought. However, in the wild, the food that goldfish eat varies throughout the year, as the seasons change and the temperature rises and falls. Even when you keep your goldfish in the stable environment of a ...

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Pompom Goldfish: All about the pompom goldfish

The pompom goldfish is actually correctly named the “pompon”. However, due to its appearance, it is much more commonly known by the name pompom. The pompom goldfish is distinctive due to the two bubble-like growths than develop on the nose of the fish from the time that they are around 18 weeks ...

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Celestial eye goldfish: All about celestial goldfish

The celestial goldfish gets its name from the position of its eyes, which look up towards the sky. The celestial goldfish is regularly confused with the bubble eye goldfish, as both have eyes that point upwards. The celestial goldfish originates from Korea and usually grows to around 6” long. They have paired caudal ...

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