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I'd Like To Introduce You To My New Pair Of Goldies...

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Today, I went to a large chain store that sells fish, and found these two little guys. They're about an inch and a half to two inches, not counting their tails. The calico telescope has a little bit of a bent tail fin, but is otherwise in good shape. What's more, the person who netted the goldfish actually knew that they aren't supposed to live in bowls! :exactly

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I haven't named them yet, as I'm waiting until Saturday to name them. (If they're both alive Saturday...)

The black moor is a rich black velvet, with a tiny bit of silver underneath his/her eyes. The telescope is primarily white, but has a bit of blue/gray mixed in with his/her finnage. I don't think their current colours are that stable, but I'm looking forward to watching these two grow. I'm also considering adding a third into the mix that is a red/orange, but I'm going to take it slow and just see how these two do first. :newfish

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is it just them 2 ? i bet they are going to love all that space :)

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congrats, they're cute! Do u have a side view pic? Id love to see their colors on their whole body!

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is it just them 2 ? i bet they are going to love all that space :)

Yes, they're the only two in there. :)

I'll take a side view of them once they settle down. :D

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Wow they are cute.

I wish I could find a place around that had more than fantails and black moors.

I don't have room for anymore, but it would be nice to look at them in envy.

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Well, both have survived so far. Neither one seems to be doing just beautifully quite yet, but they are getting there. :fishtank

Here are the side views of the two of them...

And their new names, as well!

Here is Yin, the black moor. The flash caused his/her colour to look more coppery than it actually is.

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Here is Yang, the telescope goldfish. I chose to take the photo on this side so his/her bent tailfin would be a little bit less noticeable. (It's on the other side, and you can see it a little bit in this photo. I still think he/she is beautiful and unique.)

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Please excuse the watermarks on both photos, it's not that I don't trust you guys, it's that I've been showing this on other sites as well and don't want anyone to claim the photos as their own.

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They are both beautiful, nothing like cute Moors and Telescopes. Congrats and Thanks for sharing. :yeah:

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