Warm colors of a Goldfish (Carassius auratus)

Goldfish (Carassius auratus)
Warm colors of a Yellow Goldfish (Carassius auratus)

Ceramic artwork colors for a Goldfish (Carassius auratus)

Ceramic artwork colors for a Goldfish (Carassius auratus)
Ceramic artwork colors for a Goldfish

Choose warm colors of a Goldfish (Carassius auratus) in your fish in art decor


Warm colors are yellow and orange. They give the illusion of warmth. These are colors you want on a cold wintertime day to add more warmth to your wall decor. If you have a room in the house where it's naturally dark or darker this would be a good color option. Or maybe you have a room with no windows. By using these colors you can dramatically change the mood of the room making it appear to be nice and warm!

Goldfish or Carassius auratus is a freshwater fish of the Cyprinidae family of the Cypriniformes order. It's one of the most frequently kept aquarium fish. A relatively small member of the carp family (including the Prussian carp and the crucian carp), the goldfish is native to East Asia. It was first selectively bred more than 1,000 years ago in ancient China, and several distinct breeds have since been developed. Goldfish breeds vary greatly in size, body shape, fin configuration and coloration (many combinations of white, yellow, orange, purple, brown and black are known).

As of April 2008, the BBC's biggest goldfish in the world was thought to reach 19 inches (48 cm) and to be located in the Netherlands. At that time, the goldfish named "Goldie," which was kept as a pet in a tank in Folkestone, England, was estimated as 15 inches (38 cm) and more than 2 pounds (0.91 kg) and named the second largest in the world behind the Dutch fish.

In July 2010, a 16-inch (41 cm) and 5-pound (2.3 kg) goldfish was found in a pond in Poole, England, which was believed to have been dumped there after an overgrown tank.

Like most species in the carp family, goldfish produce a large amount of waste both in their feces and through their gills, which releases harmful chemicals into the water. Build-up of this waste to toxic levels can occur over a relatively short period of time and can quickly lead to the death of a goldfish.

Goldfish are common pond fish because they are small, inexpensive, colorful and very hardy. In an outdoor pond or water garden, they may even live for a short time if the ice forms on the surface, as long as enough oxygen remains in the water and the pond does not freeze.

Like some other common aquarium fish, such as guppy, goldfish and other carp, stagnant bodies of water are often introduced to minimize mosquito populations. These are used to prevent the spread of West Nile virus, which uses mosquitoes to migrate.

References
Carassius auratus (Linnaeus, 1758)Goldfish
Fancy Goldfish Varieties

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