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"Help, my Black Moore are changing to beautiful but unwanted Gold fish. That's not so bad, but one Black Moore has been swimming upside down on top for the last 2 months. So much so that he has a sore on his belly from exposure... I thought he was dying, but is very active with the others and my larger regular gold fish. I bought three Black Moores five years ago, one is still black (inverted), one is changing back to white (cute) with spots of gold and one is completely gold. The one changed first is a female the others are males and the larger gold fish is male."
"Ed Shinn"

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