Panda Moor Goldfish
Category: Gold Fish
Facts about Panda Moor Goldfish. The panda moor have a black and white cow looking coloring. The country of origin is China. It's one of the newer breeds of twin-tailed goldfish. Telescope protruding buggy eyes, it is in the fancy goldfish family. Their eyes are usually fairly big and their vision is pretty poor and they can injure their eyes with objects with sharp edges in your aquarium because of the eyes standing out of their head so much. The Scientific Name is Carassius auratus. The ideal Temperature is between 65° - 78°F. Panda moors have deep egg shaped bodies with beautiful long flowing fins and long flowing finnage. Panda goldfish can grow very large between 8 to 12 inches (20 to 31 centimeters). like other moor goldfish. The panda Moor goldfish lives between 5 to 25 years. Panda Moor goldfish are popular because their black and white color, they are cool looking in your fish tank, from the more common gold color of the common goldfish. Because Panda Moor goldfish get large, so a 30 gallon (113 liters) aquarium tank minimum is recommended. They are usually a bottom feeder and love to dig. Coffee been size grovel is good so they don't swallow any gravel by mistake. Fake plants are the best for these fish that do not have sharp edges. You can keep Panda Moor's with bubble eyes, Black Moor, Ryukin, Fantails, Oranda, and telescope eyed goldfish or similar species in an aquarium. Do not mix fast swimming fish or fast goldfish so they don't have to compete for food
The Panda Moor Goldfish are egg layers and the eggs need to be removed from the aquarium or put in the aquarium in a cordon off place from being eaten by the parents.