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I have three detail goldfish in my pond. Evidently one was a female and at least one a male as there are now hundreds of babies in the pond. I scooped a few dozen out to get a closer look. Every single one has a single tail, none with fantails. Is this normal? Is the percentage of detail very low normally? Or rare?

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yes completely normal. If these fish are from unrelated lines then there will be a  higher percentage of fish with single tails or more of the common goldfish look. If you breed sibling back to parent fantails you will notice a larger percentage of fantails with each spawn

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