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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Linda - 2005-07-24
My Boyfriend bought me a Black Moor for my 52 birthday today!
He or She is so cute what a nice gift. Thank you Mike.

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scirracco - 2005-07-03
my fishes name is nightmare. it is the best fish ive ever had. it is so lively. it keeps me company. it cheers me up and does a good job at it!

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Anonymous - 2005-06-27
I have two goldfish. Pinchy is the lionhead and Fat Tony is the black moor. These are my first fish and they are such easy pets to look after and very entertaining to watch. I got them both about 5 months ago. Fat Tony did a Nemo the first day I got them and got stuck in the filter - I pulled him out and he lived! He's eye is a little more outwards than usual though! Since I got them they are feeding out of my hand and let me pat them and pick them up. Both breeds are absolutely gorgeous, would recommend to anyone.

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carmen - 2005-06-11
My mom purchased a Black Moor and it likes to follow the other goldfish around the tank. The Black Moor, along with the other fish has chosen the bottom left side of the tank as their hang out spot.

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Zac - 2005-06-10
2 days ago I got a Black Moor goldfish and my brother Malcolm got a Fantail. These are the first fish we have had and they seem to be getting on with each other. My fishes name is Shark Bait and my bro called his Gumpa. Today I thought he was blind or something because he wouldn't eat his food, except I did some research about the fish and found out that it usually waits at the bottom for the food to drop down. Now I am happy and oh yeah my brothers fish, Gumpa, is really small and cute. not saying mine isn't ok, they are both really cool. C'yall.

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Ryan - 2005-06-04
I've been the owner of a Black Moor Goldfish for awhile now. They certainly are a beautiful fish, and when they swim it's like black velvet thru water. We call our fish "The Darkness", cause he's got an almost perfect coat of black.

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Russell - 2005-06-02
I bought a Black Moor recently, later adding 3 zebra danios, 3 long fin white cloud mountain minnows and a gold weather loach. There's no doubt which is my favourite! When I was naming him, i thought, well he's black, so i decided on Sam, after Samuel L Jackson who is my favourite actor. He's such a lively fish, never still, always scavenging around for food on the bottom or hoping for a few scraps at the surface hehe. He gets on really well with all the other fish, although he does sometimes mistake the loach for food because its usually lying dead still on the bottom! typical loach!

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Shelley - 2005-05-30
I purchased a Black Moore about 4 months ago and I couldnt love a fish anymore then I love her. Her name is Eowyn' Yuna. My tank is built around her and everything she likes. She loves alot of attention. When she comes to the front of the tank she is always looking for love. She gives me a kiss through the glass every morning and night. You can say for the first 2 weeks I slept by the tank just to make sure she was ok. She is in a tank with a Pleco and live plants. Ooo I almost forgot a Mixed molly to. I recommend a moore to anyone that loves a show of the fins and color. Remember they give lots of love too.

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Kirstenmarie Hagerman - 2005-05-27
Well, I am hoping to purchase some Black Moors soon as I understand they are very easy keepers and would look good also with the two Calico Fantails. Just a quick thought though.....I am a knowledgeable Betta Splendens breeder and one should NEVER, EVER keep Bettas and Goldfish together. For one, a Betta is a tropical and Goldfish a coldwater. The second thing is that Goldfish are much to aggressive to be housed with Bettas simply because Goldfish are pigs and eat everything in sight and as a result, are bullies, esp. towards smaller fish, also if your'e able to keep them together, it means you tank arrangements are MUCH TOO cold for Bettas....Bettas are actually quite unhappy if kept under 70 degrees F.
Kris (In Anchorage, AK)"Aurora Betta Stables"

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Catie - 2005-05-15
I just got two Moors today. I named the one "Fools Gold" because he has a scar on his side and you can see a gold color underneath. The second I named "Road Rage" because he goes crazy around the tank and reminds me of my husband when hes driving. They are in a tank with an upside down catfish named "Dude". They are really quite neat!!

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