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How to Raise Goldfish Fry. After your goldfish has successfully spawned, you'll be left with goldfish fry to care for. Goldfish fry are not the same as regular goldfish, and require special conditions in regards to their food and...


Here are some pictures of my baby goldfish and koi. They are the ones that I found outside in the tubs that I keep pond plants in. At first I thought that all of them were goldfish, but at least one of them has barbels, so it is a koi.


Sometimes Goldfish begin to spawn, when they've grown to be about 3" long, but usually they don't begin to spawn, until they're at least 4" long, and professional breeders use even larger fish that produce more eggs and more baby fish.


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Baby goldfish, called fry, go through several phases of development before they look like adult fish. Each phase requires different foods and different types of care. Goldfish take about a year to reach maturity, though they may change somewhat after that.


Baby goldfish are born much darker than they will be as adults. This may be because dark colors helps these small, vulnerable fish escape the attention of predators. With proper husbandry, the fish gradually change color and develop orange or gold scales.


The goldfish is a very common first aquarium fish, but it takes more effort to raise a goldfish than most people realize. Under ideal conditions, goldfish can live for decades, and they can grow to 8 to 12 inches in their first few years of life. Goldfish, even baby goldfish, can live in outdoor ponds in most of North America, Asia and Europe.


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The powdered food is not the best thing to feed your new Goldfish babies. The best food for them is the tiny living stuff in your pond. If you put the baby Goldfish back in your pond, they will be able to eat stuff from the water and from the bottom of your pond.