Animal Stories - Bubble Eye Goldfish


Animal-World Information about: Bubble Eye Goldfish

The Bubble Eye Goldfish has big bubbles on the side of its head, which give it a truly bizarre appearance! 
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Olmec - 2009-06-15
I recently got a bubble eye goldfish. At the pet store he was swimming very energetically. But when we got him home and his bubble got stuck in the filter 3 times. Now he just sits at the bottom.He also has a broken back. He is probably soom to die. ;&










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Denissa - 2009-06-06
I got a Betta fish and I put it with my other beat, and they went bolestic on each other...

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logan - 2009-06-01
I have a bubble eye goldfish that I recently got. He was getting along and swimming just fine until one day I noticed him on the bottom of the tank (almost upside down like he was dead). I moved him and he went crazy. He comtinued this process for a very long time until he got up in one of our decorations. I then was thinking for sure that he was dead! The next morning when I got up one of his eyes was sucked up into the filter. I freaked out, released him, and put him in a separate bowl in my room. He is swimming around better now, but his poor little eye! He sometimes still goes into his "upside down position". I love this little guy and I don't want him to die. I am very worried and sad for the little guy, but we are kinda just waiting for him to die... help me please!

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Grace Miller - 2009-04-25
My Betta fish died today so I cried and cried. So I got a BubbleEye Goldfish.

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thavv sliep - 2009-04-14
Today I was feeding my bubble eyed fish when one of its bubbles got sucked up in the filter and so now the popped bubble side is floating, it looks in pain and I'm worried on what will happen to her.

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Sarah - 2009-04-02
A couple of days ago my bubble-eyed fish's bubble was sucked up in the filter. I unplugged it and he/she was released. He/she was fine after that although his bubble was a little flat. I checked on him/her the next day and the bubble looked normal. Well today I checked on him/her and he/she had a fussy bubble around the original bubble. Then literally five minutes later I looked at him/her and the bubble was gone, it had been sucked up again by the filter. He/she has only one bubble left and I am hoping he/she will survive, he/she acts normal just looks a little funny. Does anyone know if he/she will survive?

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nicole - 2009-03-22
My bubble eyed fish, bubbles, was fine, until my mother guppie decided she wanted him/her to stay in the corner of my tank behind the filters. I woke up the next morning and he was dead. why did it die?

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Kody-Leigh Layone - 2009-03-09
My pet fish, which is a bubble eye, his name is BryceyPoo. Because, my boyfriend gave it to me. Well, let's say my old pet fish, it was weird. When Bryce and I broke up, it died... and NO, i didn't kill it, I walked in from being at Bryce's and it was dead.. ?

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Leslie - 2009-02-16
I just recently got my bubble eye goldfish, on valentine's day, but have no clue what to name IT. I can't tell if it's a girl or a boy. I don't know when the breeding season is but IT is thinner then in the middle, but I don't think he/she is pregnant.

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Tyler - 2009-02-06
I have a calico bubble eye fish and 1 of the bubbles are deflated and low. He is swimming like he can't stay straiten up. What's wrong???

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