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Most living creatures that are not nocturnal will eventually suffer badly if they are kept permanently in the dark. It has been reported that a goldfish will loose its colours if kept in the dark.

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if it is kept in the dark for an extended period of time, it will turn white.


When it is kept in the dark it will grow lighter into a whitish colour xit gets scared


So it has been reported. I guess you or I would get pale and may even suffer both psychologically and physically from light deprivation if we were kept permanently in the dark. I have never seen this happen to a Goldfish but I would not be cruel enough to even countenence keeping a living creature with normal light requirements in the dark permanently.


It has been reported that goldfish will loose their colour and become white if they are kept in dark conditions for long enough.


There are many different colors/patterns for goldfish. Some are red, gold, silver, and white. But, if a gold goldfish is kept in a dark room, its color will become white.


Yes. Goldfish are naturally used to being in light and may suffer if they are kept in the dark for long periods of time. It is best to get them a light designed for aquariums.


If a goldfish is kept in the dark it will appear lighter in the morning, So if left in the dark for a long period of time, a goldfish will turn almost white. If kept in the light, it will absorb color, and often become a brighter gold. (almost the same as when we tan, the sun gives us color, and when we get less of it we turn whiter, or lighter)


Yes, as long as it is kept in cool dry place, it will be fine.


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There are about 18 species of goldfish that are kept in captivity.


If euglena is kept in the dark, the number of starch grains will drop as there is no more incoming energy from the sun.


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The short answer to this question is 'probably not white, though the color will become much paler'.


The guppy knows the goldfish should not be in there with it. Goldfish are coldwater fish and need to be kept below 70F. Guppies are tropical fish and need to be kept above 70F.


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There is no record kept of the "oldest Goldfish" but I have known them to live for over 20 years.


The goldfish should never be in the same tank as guppies. Goldfish are coldwater fish and need to be kept below 70F. Guppies are tropical fish and need to be kept above 70F.


Goldfish are coldwater fish and need to be kept below 70F. All Guppies are tropical fish and need to be kept above 70F. They should not be kept together.


Mollies are tropical fish and should be kept above 70F. Goldfish are coldwater fish and should be kept below 70F. They should NEVER be kept together.


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Goldfish are coldwater fish and should be kept below 70F (preferably below 65F). If you live in a very cold place you may use a heater to keep the water above 55F which is a bit cool for goldfish.


No they cannot be in the same tank. Both fish have different needs and are not compatible; goldfish belong with goldfish.


depends on the kind of fish ;; the fish kept with your goldfish shouldn't not be likely to eat goldfish ;; you can keep female beta fish with other fish just not males becuase they are preditorial


Goldfish tanks should be kept between 60-70 F.