Unwanted Goldfish:- What Other Fish Can You Keep
Unwanted Goldfish recently got into the “fish world,” and there are two types of fish other than the same unwanted goldfish that I have come to love. Let me start by saying we have been raising fish for about three years now, so we are still newbies because there is so much to learn about taking care of fish.
The first fish I fell in love with was simple male betta whose blue colors ranged from the standard blue to a velvet blue. They are beautiful unwanted goldfish but most often have to be kept alone because they are called Siamese Fighter fish and will kill other fish. I got lucky with my betta, and after a while, he got along with a few other fish.
Betta Is Better Than The Unwanted Gold Fish
Betta’s make a bubble nest to mate; it is so cool to see this bubble nest one morning when you wake up. They make the nest so that the female will lay her eggs in the bubbles until they are born. The male is in charge of keeping the nest and eggs safe. If an egg falls, the male will attempt to put it back. I never had betta babies because male bettas will make a nest even if there isn’t a female around, or sometimes they fall in love with a goldfish or snail. Yes, my betta fell in love with both of the fish/crustaceans.lol. The second most fun fish to have is an Oscar.
We have one that we got because my boyfriend wanted one. At first, I wanted nothing to do with it, but over time, Oscar won me over. They are fish with personalities and are entertaining to watch. The fish should be kept alone . Because they will eat most other fish, and they do have teeth.
Other Fishes– And Unwanted Goldfish
We feed our small goldfish as a treat. But his regular meal is mealworms and pellets to keep his body healthy. The goldfish that we feed him have to be medicated first. This to make sure they don’t diseases that we can’t see because they can make your Oscar sick. Initially, his name was Bubba, as my boyfriend wanted. However, I was with him more often and couldn’t call him Bubba. As he was such a beautiful, fierce fish, so Oscar it was and still is.lol. Our oscar is in a 55-gallon tank of his own until he grows more.
Other Detailing Pertaining To Fishes
At present, Oscar about a hand and a half long and an inch and a half thick. His character when his tank gets cleaned. He pouts because he wants it back the way he had it. If he is especially mad or hungry, he will spit gravel at you.lol. Our Oscar is a beautiful specimen and the centerpiece of our fish tanks. We have four other small containers with all kinds of different fish in them. But Oscar is the one who everyone wants to see and because of his size they do. I hope this has been helpful.