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Goldfish are popular pond fish, since they are small, inexpensive, colourful and very hardy. In an outdoor pond or , they may even survive for brief periods if forms on the surface, as long as there is enough remaining in the water and the pond does not freeze solid. Common goldfish, London and Bristol shubunkins, jikin, wakin, comet and some hardier fantail goldfish can be kept in a pond all year round in temperate and subtropical climates. Moor, veiltail, oranda and lionhead can be kept safely in outdoor ponds year-round only in more tropical climates and only in summer elsewhere.
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Fantail Goldfish are egg layers that spawn readily in the right conditions. They can be bred in groups as small as five individuals, but they are very social animals and likely to breed in larger groups as well. The only time Goldfish will spawn in the wild is when spring arrives. To spawn them in the aquarium, you will need to mimic the conditions found in nature. Can A Small Fantail Goldfish Go In A 10 Gallon. | My Aquarium Club
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Fantail goldfish doesn’t grow as large as many other gold fish types and seldom reach a size of more then 16 cm / 6 inches which is small in comparison with other goldfish types such as comets goldfish that can reach over twice that length.It’s tempting, especially if you have a large tank, to add some different fish in with your goldfish. Goldfish aren’t tropical fish and prefer cooler water that wouldn’t be healthy for tropical fish. Goldfish also will eat any fish small enough to fit in their mouths. The best tank mates for goldfish are other goldfish. Since fancy goldfish, like fantails, are slower swimmers than common goldfish, like comets, fancy goldfish should be kept only with other fancy goldfish. If you want to get another goldfish as a pal for your fantail, consider a black moor, oranda or ryukin goldfish.They are best kept in cold water and a fantail goldfish aquarium tank or garden pond should be decorated with open areas for the fish to swim on as well as heavily planted areas. The bottom should be covered with a large grained substrate if you want to give any eggs that might be laid a small chance to survive with their parents. (Which is better then no chance)i have my goldfish bowl for a good reason i know that tanks dont cost much what when it adds up with the filter, gravel and all that stuff it turns out to be alot, besides im a beginner, oh and when i go home i will get sea shells (boil them so it wont do anything bad to the fantails) and maybe some kind of plasic flower.....im at my cousins house in bosnia and it a 9 hour drive to get home to sedlarce, where am i sopposed to put a tank in a small car anyway????When feeding your goldfish, some care should be taken. Goldfish don’t have stomachs and will continue eating as long as there is food in their tank. Feeding a goldfish too much can be fatal. Feed your goldfish two or three times daily, only enough food that they can eat in one minute. Remove any excess food from the tank. Always feed your fantail food that is designed for goldfish. Tropical fish food can be too high in protein and carbohydrates. If you choose a pellet-type food, which won’t degrade as quickly as flakes, make sure the pellets are small enough to fit in your fantail's mouth.Fantail goldfish are similar to Wakin, with the exception of a longer tail and a much rounder body. They are among the most popular types of fancies and can be found in almost every pet store. Because they stay smaller than long-bodied goldfish types, fantails can be kept in aquariums as long as their requirements are met. Keeping them in ponds is also possible, because they are strong fish that usually have no problem surviving the winter.