Goldfish: Everything about Aquariums, Varieties, Care, Nutrition, Diseases, Breeding, and More

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Barron's Educational Series, 2003 - Pets - 95 pages
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This manual describes a species of hardy fish that can be kept indoors or in outdoor pools. Original goldfish are yellow, but as this book of advice for aquarium hobbyists explains, selective breeding produces goldfish in several colors, as well as with a variety of exotic features. Titles in Barron's wide-ranging and heavily illustrated selection of Complete Pet Owner's Manuals present reliable and useful information for pet owners. High-quality photos are in color and line drawings are anatomically accurate. These fact-filled books instruct owners on how to care for dogs, cats, birds, fish, caged pets, reptiles, and virtually every other animal that people are likely to keep as a pet. Books in this series are written by breeders, trainers, veterinarians, and other pet-care specialists. They advise on purchasing, feeding, health care, training, grooming, and all other aspects of responsible pet ownership.

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This book is very out-dated. Goldfish should NOT be kept in bowls. They can turn a bowl toxic within a day. They REALLY need very large over-filtered tanks. Any real Goldfish expert would baulk at the idea of keeping a fish in a bowl.
Don't take this book's advice re bowls unless you want a dead Goldfish.

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