The Black Moor Goldfish is a black colored version of the Telescope Eye Goldfish. It is known for it's velvet like thick coat that occurs the older it gets.
If these fish are kept in water that is consistently too warm it will turn orange and will not go back to black.
The Black Moor does have 'Telescope' eyes but they are larger than the Telescope Eye goldfishes and thus are less prone to eye infections as the normal Telescope Eye fish
Temperature: 49-65 degrees F.
Ave size: 6 inches.
The Black Moor is hardy and is a good fish for beginners and for ponds.
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