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Can you keep different kinds of goldfish in one tank?

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2010-03-18 01:43:47
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Aslong as it has enough room and filtration many types of goldfish can be kept together. There are some cases where problems occur as such as the case with Sarassas and Orandas. Sarassas will tend to nibble at the cap of the Oranda causing damage.

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