Goldfish are best with goldfish, but you can have weather (dojo) loaches, or bristlenose plecos, or even apple or mystery snails.
While there may be a number of varied opinions on this, and some fish keepers may have had lucky success with other typically incompatible fish in their tank, this is not the standard or proper recommendation.
There are quite a few species of coldwater fish that can live alongside Goldfish. There are Golden Orfe, Blue Dace, Rudd and several species of catfish too. Check with your local pet shop what coldwater species they have available on their lists.
Other cold water fish such as orandas and goldfish.
Your goldfish will not live "longer" no matter how many or how few you have.
Not normally unless they are dying, goldfish are community fish and usually live fine with other.
A goldfish will often live in groups with other goldfish. However, a goldfish is also great at being a solitary animal who doesn't need other fish around them to survive.
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.
That depends on what the other fish are, and what type of gold fish it is.
Well, you gotta chose fish that live in the same conditions as the goldfish such as Koi. You could also do some researching and find out too.
Other cold water tolerant fish.
Yes they can but if you have other fish in there that are smaller the gold fish might eat it.
A Loach can be with goldfish.
No, goldfish are freshwater 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, 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.
Goldfish can only live with other goldfish. I know this is a rather sad, depressing thing, but I will remind you that there are lots of other goldfish that are pretty and there's a wide variety of them. You may notice that goldfish tanks are usually a bit bare, because only goldfish can live there. Tropical fish don't simply work out with goldfish, because of the temperature and really because they aren't supposed to live with each other in the wild anyway. Though it's not a fish, if you really want to put some other sea creatures in your tank, I suggest to put sea snails. It's really the only other sea creature you can put in with goldfish, in my opinion. But be careful, snails can be a bit dirty!
Some types of fish that live in freshwater are bettas, goldfish, tetras, and mollies. Other fish include gouramis, barbs, and cichlids.
Under normal circumstances, it is best not to mix goldfish with other fish. They excrete higher amounts of ammonia, and it is harsh on the other fish in the tank.
Feeder fish are different to gold fish. Goldfish can actually live for up to 50 years!
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.
Just about any fresh water fish. If they are smaller than the other fish they will be eaten if they can't hide in rocks or something. I had goldfish and mosquto fish in an outdoor pond and it worked.
Yes. They will generally not fight or imbalance each other.
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.
Goldfish are freshwater pond fish, fish in the sea live in salt water.
Goldfish are best with goldfish. A molly and a goldfish have very different needs including the fact that a molly is a tropical fish
No. Goldfish are freshwater fish and tropical starfish are saltwater fish.