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Hong Kong Goldfish Market

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Isnt that insane :o

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I can't even imagine... think about how long it would take to make a decision!!!

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I've been there. There are reasons you can't imagine it. :rofl

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Holy smokes :yikes

I feel so wretched for all those fish in those bags for god knows how long :cry

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:yikes They must toss out A BUNCH every day!

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I can't even imagine... think about how long it would take to make a decision!!!

yeah that would be my problem... I would try and take them all :rofl

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Holy smokes :yikes

I feel so wretched for all those fish in those bags for god knows how long :cry

I'd think that they'd spend the day in the bags. Fish that are shipped can spend days in a bag being sloshed around in fluctuating temperatures and whatnot and so many people don't have an issue with that. I'd hope the fish weren't kept in bags for like... A week? I don't think they'd do that. I hope? Yikes?

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I saw a video about this once and im pretty sure it said the fish in the bags are rotated every so often throughout the day.

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Yeah, I've seen snippets of a similar few videos - I just can't watch them.  Hope the behind the scenes care is better.  Don't know. 

 

They are fish, not cut flowers in a florist's shop. 

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I am originally from southeast asia, the Philippines to be exact. There is a place like this in Metro Manila, called Cartimar. I used to go there early 90's and the fish are displayed and kept in those bags for days. Some store have a system wherein they rotate (between tank and bag)  the fish after a couple of days. Well that was in the 90's, not sure if they changed the system.

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The turn over is usually pretty high there. I don't know if they're rotated and removed from bags, but knowing what Hong Kong can be like, I wouldn't hold my breath.

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