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These are some of the breeding goldfish pics.

1 week

1week.jpg

19 days

19days.jpg

1 month

1mthsoranda3.jpg

1mthsoranda2.jpg

1mthoranda.jpg

1mthoranda1.jpg

1.5 months

15months.jpg

15mthsranchu.jpg

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Wow these are some incredible pictures! I didn't know they were so big at just over 2 weeks old!

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Wow, it doesn't seem possible that they could be so big so quickly! Thanks for sharing!! :clapping: :clapping: :clapping:

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Wowsers. Well done. :)

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Their parents are no ordinary goldfish. They are so called the Thai giant / jumbo goldfish. The seed of the goldfish are not those type of few dollars you brought from the market or LFS. These Thailand goldfish are carefully been selected that carried giant gene which cost few hundred to thousand of dollars that sell in my country. That why the babies are extreme big at this size of age....

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Interesting! Do you have the parents? If so, could you post pictures of them, please? :please

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Did you keep track of how fast the goldfish grew and how big they were each week? I did an experiment on goldfish growth a while back and they can grow fast. I would be interested in your grow rate and comparing our results.

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Holy Moly! Yes, I would love to see a photo of the parents.

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Wow! Awesome job, and this series of pics serves as vivid demonstration of how incredibly fast goldfish can grow in just 6 weeks.

I think some people never get it, and think that a goldfish while growing, will still stay largely the same size even 9 months down the road. :no:

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Between one month and 1.5 months they lose their dorsal fins?

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