Is there different breeds of goldfish?
There are many different breeds of goldfish. Some examples are ryukins, telescope, fantail, veiltail, ribbontail, ranchus and even common
There are 20 or so different varieties of goldfish. Currently, there are about 200 breeds of goldfish recognized in China. Common Jikin Bubble eye Comet Fantail Wakin Lionhead Oranda Curled-gill Nymph Pearlscale Pompom Eggfish Ranchu Ryukin Shubunkin Telescope Tosakin Veiltail Celestial eye There are several other crossbreeds my personal favorite is the calico.
The average number of eggs layed by goldfish during spawning season is about 5,000. Since goldfish are domestic animals it is entirely up to the goldfish to decide how many of those eggs/fry grow into adult goldfish. Most professional goldfish breeds will choose about 50-100 of the best looking fry to grow into adult fish.
Wolves do not have "breeds." That term applies to domesticated animals such as dogs, cats, cattle, chickens, etc. Wolves are classified by species and subspecies. There is but a single species of true wolf and that is the gray wolf, sometimes called a timber wolf. It does have a number of subspecies.
Goldfish (Carassius auratus) are small ornamental freshwater fish that are commonly kept as pets. Goldfish were originally domesticated from the Prussian carp (Carassius gibelio), a dark greyish brown carp native to Asia. It was first bred for color in China over 1,000 years ago. Due to selective breeding, goldfish have been developed into many distinct breeds and are now found in various colors, color patterns, forms and sizes far different from those of the original…
Actually just two, the two humped and the single hump. This is incorrect, there are many different breeds of camels just like there are different breeds of horses, additionally there are different classificatory systems for camels (as used by various Bedouin tribes for example) that put them into different categories, which might not be breeds strictly speaking, but in use essentially mean the camels are different breeds.