Gold fish magazine

A colorful collection of pets that resemble toys may brighten up any home. The many options for gold aquarium fish offered by choice are so broad that they meet the needs of even the most demanding aquarists.

About goldfish

In the second half of the 1800s, only the wealthy could afford expensive gold in Europe. Nowadays, every pet shop has a variety of live foods to appeal to a wide range of budgets.

Chinese silver carp, which originally inhabited Central Asia, were later transplanted to Korea and Japan. In the offspring of fish, genetic changes occurred from time to time in the form of golden-red scales. Local people harvested fry and used them to develop new breeds by identifying the gene that caused the brilliant color. Hundreds of distinct gold varieties have been developed

Goldfish – freshwater ray-finned fish belonging to the carp family, are members of the genus carp.

Goldfish with a classic oval body and various species of shortened form in aquariums grow to be 15–20 cm long. They can attain a height of up to 40 cm in big manmade reservoirs. One-color, variegated, calico, “panda” goldfish are the most popular. Orange, black, marble, and

Long-bodied, laterally compressed gold differs from those found in nature. The form of the fins, size, and lifespan are all different. Golden with a long body that approaches the natural form live for up to 40 years.

The short-bodied, rounded variant went through more significant changes, resulting in a significantly reduced life expectancy of 13 to 15 years.

Representatives of the first group are more mobile than those of the second, who hang about or move slowly. Crucian carp species have big gill covers, pharyngeal teeth, and various degrees of bulging in the eye. The scales range in size from tiny to enormous.