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Old 08-06-2004, 02:00 AM   #1
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my fishy was once all black when we bought him and now he is completely gold! he is a black moor with very big eyes! was he suppose to turn gold throughout these months?
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From what I know, they are known to change colors, just make sure he is eating great and doesn't show any signs of stress or parasitic infections then you wont have to worry.
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Only the highest quality Black Moors retain the darkest coloration throughout their lives. Most of the Moors we see in the lfs end up with something like a dark gold coloration when they mature. There's nothing wrong with them in terms of disease it's just a matter of maturation.
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also if the temperature in the moor's tank is too high, that can contribute to loss of that velvety black we all love.

i didnt know that low quailty black moors could turn gold naturally, i read elsewhere that them turning gold was a sign that all was not up to their standards in their tank. like they say you learn something new every day
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