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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Goldfish Care Guide

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Goldfish are as popular as they are beautiful. With proper care and housing, some of these colorful fish can live for 20 years or more.

Goldfish and a similar fish known as “koi” have been kept as ornamental pets for more than a thousand years. Koi and goldfish have shows and societies devoted to them, just as there are shows and societies for dogs, cats, and fancy mice. Although goldfish are associated with fish bowls, these bowls were never intended to house the animal for extended periods. In fact, they were originally used to show off exceptional fish during dinner parties and other showings, and then the fish would be released back into the pond.

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