Freshwater Aquariums

Do common goldfish get along with black moor goldfish?


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2011-07-25 09:48:02
2011-07-25 09:48:02

yes, yes they do. i have had a single common goldfish living in my fish tank for about a year now and have introduced 3 black moor goldfish into the tank , its been about 2 weeks now and their getting along absolutely fine. they are just the same as normal goldfish, just look different and different colour, but theyre behaviour is more or less the same. so nothing to worry about, enjoy your little guys :-)


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