Goldfish eat smaller fish as long as they fit in the goldfish's mouth. Goldfish do not have a picky diet. They eat a lot and go for whatever they can find that will fit in their mouth. This includes everything from fish ... More »

There are a few species that can survive alongside goldfish, including Zebra Danios and White Cloud Mountain Minnows. These fish should never be added to a goldfish tank if the goldfish inside are larger than they are, s... More »

Minnows and Danios are some fish that can live in the same tank as Goldfish. However, it is best that no other fish are in the tank with them. More »

Goldfish may stop eating due to overfeeding, boredom with their food, stress or sickness. Poor water quality or a stressful environment can also make fish avoid food. More »

Goldfish are omnivores and should be fed a variety of food types. Their diet can include high carbohydrate goldfish flakes, shelled peas, blanched vegetables, daphnia, bloodworms and brine shrimp. More »

Goldfish adaptations include the ability to see several different spectrum of light, heightened hearing and eyesight, polarized and motion sensitive eyes, and a lateral line. Goldfish have additional cone cells in their ... More »

Goldfish can and often will eat bread, but it may cause stomach problems. Commercial flake food made for goldfish provides a safe, balanced diet. Supplement flake food with live food and safe household foods for best res... More »