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odd eye telescope goldfish
« on: September 29, 2012, 06:06:14 PM »

i have a telescope eye called googles and only one eye is sticking out like a telescope eye and i was wondering if it is a problem. and he is also chasing the other fish particularly a fish called sooty he is a calico fantail and googles has been sticking his head into sooty s bottom I was wondering they might be mating Smiley PS. I have a pic of googles with my shubunkin bill below.




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Re: odd eye telescope goldfish
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2012, 04:46:12 PM »

More photos would be helpful, I've never heard of a goldfish with one telescope eye? Could it be the illness 'pop eye'?
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As for sticking his head into the others bum, that sounds much like breeding behaviour Wink From what I understand the males will harass the females to drop their eggs Smiley

Also, single tailed goldfish, like your shubunkin, will do better in a pond than in a tank with fancy goldfish. How big is it at the moment? Usually it's safe to upgrade them once they're 6 inches. I currently have a common goldfish that I'm looking after until it's big enough  to be moved Smiley

Not sure if I'll have a pond myself or if I'll re-home her elsewhere. The reason for ponds is because they grow much bigger than fancies (up to and sometimes over 1 foot in length) and they are much more active than fancies as well, they need lots of space for exercise Cheesy
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Re: odd eye telescope goldfish
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2012, 05:21:09 AM »

Some telescope goldfish will have only one protruding eye if only one of their parents was a telescope and the other something else, like a fantail or oranda.
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