Animal Stories - Bubble Eye Goldfish


Animal-World Information about: Bubble Eye Goldfish

The Bubble Eye Goldfish is a truly bizarre looking fish with big bubbles on the side of its head!
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thavv sliep - 2009-04-14
Today I was feeding my bubble eyed fish when one of its bubbles got sucked up in the filter and so now the popped bubble side is floating, it looks in pain and I'm worried on what will happen to her.

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Sarah - 2009-04-02
A couple of days ago my bubble-eyed fish's bubble was sucked up in the filter. I unplugged it and he/she was released. He/she was fine after that although his bubble was a little flat. I checked on him/her the next day and the bubble looked normal. Well today I checked on him/her and he/she had a fussy bubble around the original bubble. Then literally five minutes later I looked at him/her and the bubble was gone, it had been sucked up again by the filter. He/she has only one bubble left and I am hoping he/she will survive, he/she acts normal just looks a little funny. Does anyone know if he/she will survive?

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nicole - 2009-03-22
My bubble eyed fish, bubbles, was fine, until my mother guppie decided she wanted him/her to stay in the corner of my tank behind the filters. I woke up the next morning and he was dead. why did it die?

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Kody-Leigh Layone - 2009-03-09
My pet fish, which is a bubble eye, his name is BryceyPoo. Because, my boyfriend gave it to me. Well, let's say my old pet fish, it was weird. When Bryce and I broke up, it died... and NO, i didn't kill it, I walked in from being at Bryce's and it was dead.. ?

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Leslie - 2009-02-16
I just recently got my bubble eye goldfish, on valentine's day, but have no clue what to name IT. I can't tell if it's a girl or a boy. I don't know when the breeding season is but IT is thinner then in the middle, but I don't think he/she is pregnant.

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Tyler - 2009-02-06
I have a calico bubble eye fish and 1 of the bubbles are deflated and low. He is swimming like he can't stay straiten up. What's wrong???

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sara - 2009-01-20
Hi lisa. I just had the same problem. I went into my room to get dressed after I took a bath and his tail was stuck up and he's not moving. I'm really upset. idk if he's dead

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Lisa - 2009-01-15
I am not too sure if anyone else had this problem but when I got home today my bubble eye was sucked up in the intake of my filter. I thought it was dead so I got my net to pull it out and she wasn't! Her bubble was sucked up through the little cracks in the intake of the filter. She was fine prior, healthy and everything so I guess it was her misfortune. Anyways I freed her, (very carefully) I am very hopeful she will live.

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sara - 2009-01-08
I have had my bubble eye Cheeks, for about a year. I LOVE to watch him float around. He's currently in with a regular gold fish and a calico gold fish. I had a Tutty Fruity Frog, But he passed away.
I haven't ever had a problem with infection or a sac, Luckily. I'm looking for a friend just like him, but have failed to find one. I just love my lil' Cheeks.


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Sarah - 2008-12-24
My bubble eye fish is just sitting at the bottom of the tank. He does not want to swim at all. Why does he do this? Please help!

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