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I've never seen a tooth but then again I don't have a bare bottom tank... as Jamie said though it's normal!

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I collect the teeth I find too! :) It's cool because the teeth they lose get bigger as the fish do. So from the beginning, I have teeny teeth, and now the teeth are a lot bigger!!! :D

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I have never seen my goldfish loose a tooth . I had one for 4 years and nothing.

Mikey, do you have a bare bottom?

:D

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I have never seen my goldfish loose a tooth . I had one for 4 years and nothing.

Mikey, do you have a bare bottom?

For the most part, yes.

:D

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I haven't found any of my fish teeth either. I look every now and then but I'm not obsessed with looking for some. I have a bare bottom tank with maybe 1/2 cup scattered mixed colored, small gravel. Perhaps a tooth could have been in the mix and I don't/haven't noticed it. Congrats on finding some of your fish teeth. How old are your fish and size?

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Sorry this video isn't very clear but here is what I've collected so far :)

There's two of his scales in there as well!

http://i1070.photobucket.com/albums/u499/Googs09/25D05D2A-788D-4C81-B167-AADE8D557BA1-1863-0000012DF2CE92DF_zps8564d1b0.mp4

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I don't think I'll ever be finding a tooth since I have a white sand substrate... Awww. :(

I thought "Maybe when she's bigger they'll stand out more"... But then I'll just assume they're little white rocks. :rofl

They look really neat, though.

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