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Oranda... Fancy Goldfish like these were meant to be viewed from above in ponds. That is why many photos show them from this angle. I love them any way I can see them!


Red & black oranda--with eyebrows! next time i keep fancy goldfish i'm going to do a 90 gallon instead of a 60 and i'm going to buy a HUMONGOUS canister filter (instead of two giant wet/dry box filters) because these little cherubs really trash the water.


Oranda goldfish with pretty black markings - goldfish are often dark-coloured (grey or black) when young to protect them from the eyes of predators, gradually turning gold or red later as they grow up. This means that this fish might very well end up completely orange, so keep this in mind when choosing goldfish and don't be surprised if the colours change.