Animal Stories - Black Moor Goldfish


Animal-World Information about: Black Moor Goldfish

The Black Moor Goldfish is basically a black version of the Telescope Goldfish, though the eyes usually don't protrude as far as they do on the Telescope!
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Anonymous - 2006-07-25
i love my little eboni! she is very cute and she is only a teenager in fish years. she likes dancing too. i like talking to her.

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d - 2006-07-22
i have a black moor. i have had her for like 5 years. this fish is so funny. she eats rocks and spits them back out. she eats her own poop some times, i dont know if this is a black moor thing or just hers (frita). i recommend getting one of these fish if you have a habit of not feeding your fish because they can go like a week without food, and they will live forever.

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Andrew - 2006-06-26
My Blackmoor is in with two run of the mill goldfish. He doesn't get the food from the top at all. Just sucks from the bottom.

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Lauren - 2006-06-20
Black Moors, like most other fancy varieties of goldfish, will grow larger than 4 inches. If genetics and care are right, they can grow to be 10" or more. If a full grown goldfish is only 4", it is stunted.

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Harrison Fleming - 2006-06-09
2 weeks ago, I bought a black moors goldfish. Called him Shadow. Last night, he was dead, and I only had him for 2 weeks! :'(

RIP Shadow

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BeB - 2006-06-08
I have purchased a black about 3 inches long. I was hoping it would grow to maybe 6 or 8 inches, but I guess they just don't do that. Baby is in an 1800 gal outside pond and seems to be doing well. I have 20 or so larger goldfish, but Baby seems to be holding his own.
Hope it continues. Beb

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jessica - 2006-06-02
I JUST PURCHESD A BLACK MOOR NAMED PHIONA. I HAVE A 2 GALLON TANK AND SHE IS WITH A GOLD AND ORANGE MOOR NAMED JIMBOB!

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Tiffany - 2006-05-27
I just purchased a Black Moor today, and have named him/her Shadow. This is my first experience caring for fish, and I'm like an excited new mommy. I think the Black Moors are just so stinkin' cute, and this fish seems to be really cool, not afraid of anything. I'm beginning to wonder though if I should have named him Hoover, for his vacuum-like qualities. I also purchased a companion goldfish (species unknown) for Shadow, and named it Saint. It's white with red on top of his head and dorsal fin. Saint is a little skittish, but I'm sure he'll warm up to me once he figures out that I feed him! I've had them about 3 hours, and find myself hypnotically watching them. I'm sure I'll find myself wondering how I could have missed out on this for so long!

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Wellsy - 2006-05-25
I have had a Black Moor for 8 months, called 'Suzy'. She was tiny when I purchased her and is now nearly 4 inches in length and well fat! I have just purchsed another one this weekend, whom we have named 'Sonny'. He is a little toddler but such a quick learner as he already knows when it is feeding time. I would recommend to anyone to get a Black Moor as Suzy has so far lived through several bouts of Cotton Wool fungus and now looks amazing!

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Anonymous - 2006-05-14
i have a black moor his name is bubbles. i had a him for 3 yrs and hes 4 1/2 in and when i bought him he was black but now he is completely orange.

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