goldfish are very messy fish, they most likely won't hurt another fish but they are so dirty and expel so much waste that the other fish will die because of the waste. If you have a pond female bettas are good, as long as you have some form of filtration. If you have a tank algae eaters can go in and some times mollies.
No, tropical fish live in a different region then goldfish and therefore need different food. Tropical fish live in the tropics (howls of amazement) and goldfish live in cold and temperate areas.
Feeder fish are different to gold fish. Goldfish can actually live for up to 50 years!
Goldfish are best with goldfish. A molly and a goldfish have very different needs including the fact that a molly is a tropical fish
You should never place tropical fish and goldfish in the same tank. Not only are their needs different, but they are not compatible fish.
No, it is ok for goldfish to live in a gold fish bowl, but you should be able to look at the bowl and tell if it is too crowded.... depending on the size and amount of water in comparison to the number of fish that is :-)
Goldfish should not live with tropical fish; their needs are different.Goldfish are best when kept with their own kind with the exception of weather loaches, or bristlenose plecostomus.
Betta are best as solitary fish, but in addition, a goldfish and a betta's needs are different including type of food, and the temperature of their water.
Of course! Goldfish live great together. They are considered community fish and come in different varieties.
No, it is not a good idea to have zebra fish living with goldfish. The zebra fish is a predatory fish and will end up attacking and eating the goldfish.
A Loach can be with goldfish.
No, goldfish are freshwater fish.
Other cold water fish such as orandas and goldfish.
Goldfish are freshwater pond fish, fish in the sea live in salt water.
Goldfish are freshwater fish and do not live in the sea
A goldfish is a freshwater fish, and as such does not live in the sea.
Your goldfish will not live "longer" no matter how many or how few you have.
No. Goldfish are freshwater fish and tropical starfish are saltwater fish.
There are a few different species of coldwater fish like the Golden Orfe, Rudd, Dace, and some species of catfish that will be OK with Koi Carp and Goldfish.
No, molly fish are tropical goldfish are coldwater, also a goldfish will grow quite significantly larger than a molly fish and may pose a threat to the molly's life. These two very different fish have different nutrient requirements so therefore they must be fed different diets- which would be extremely hard to do being that the goldfish would probably eat all ther food.
There are several reasons why housing these two very different types of fish together would be a bad idea. First off, paradise fish need to be housed in warm water and goldfish need to be housed in coldwater, there is no way to compromise here without harming your fish's health and certainly preventing them from thriving. Along with not having proper water temperatures there would also probably be quite a big size difference and a number of aggression issues caused by either of the fish. The paradise fish will probably be able to eat faster then the goldfish thus causing the goldfish to starve, also paradise fish and goldfish have different nutrient requirements and need to be fed different types of food(which you can assume is hard to do if the paradise fish keeps eating the food intended for the goldfish).
no, sea horses are saltwater fish and goldfish are freshwater fish
Most! Maybe if you go to a pet shop and ask but mostly all fish can live with a goldfish in a tank
Goldfish are egg laying fish
Goldfish are freshwater fish which means that they do not live in the ocean.