Dawn T Posted February 26, 2021 Share Posted February 26, 2021 I've been thinking about a small outdoor pond setup, but I don't want any fish that get massive (like comet goldfish or koi). Neither do I really want small fish like rosy red minnows or even smaller than that. I'm not a fan of most of the fancy goldish. Their body shapes and mutations just don't appeal. But I ran across shubunkins, and I love the way they look. The web, of course, has articles that totally contradict each other on everything about them, so I thought I'd ask about them here. Does anyone have this particular type of goldfish? Do they truly stay smaller than comets, without being really small? I read 8" and thereabouts on some sites, which would be perfect, I think, for the type of setup I want to do. I also found sites that said they get HUGE (16") and some that said they stay smaller (4-6"). Talk about huge variation. *sigh* Do you have them outside? Do they do well in a pond setting? Or are they better for an indoor aquarium? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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