Goldfish jumping from crowded bowl, landing in empty bowl (Composite) : Stock Photo
Goldfish (Carassius auratus). Goldfish were one of the first species of fish to be kept in captivity. They have been bred in China since the 11th century, and selective breeding there and in Japan has developed many ornamental varieties.

Goldfish jumping from crowded bowl, landing in empty bowl (Composite)

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Gandee Vasan
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Goldfish (Carassius auratus). Goldfish were one of the first species of fish to be kept in captivity. They have been bred in China since the 11th century, and selective breeding there and in Japan has developed many ornamental varieties.
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