Bubble Eye Goldfish Black 9cm
A slimmer variety of the egg-shaped gold fish, the bobble eye has an upturned eye, with a double tail. Often referred to as the water-bobble eye, this is apparently due to the fluid sack that develops under the eye after 6 to 9 months of age. A verity of colors including solid red, blue, chocolate and black with bi-colors of red/white and red/black and calicos can be found. They grow to a length of 13cm and larger.
Bobble eye gold fish are quite delicate and demand plenty of space with no interest in competition. A poor eyesight coupled with the bobble water sack make the bobble eye gold fish a poor swimmer and a slow eater. This makes it difficult for the bobble eye to thrive easily with tank mates
All kinds of food are acceptable for the bobble eye, being omnivorous. Quality flake food every day; fresh and frozen, brine shrimp, daphnia, blood worms and tubifex worms are all good