My girlfriend wants to know what temperature waters goldfish are most comfortable. Anybody know? opc1:
Being cool water fish, goldfish are not very comfortable in cold water (as is commonly believed by the general public) nor are they comfortable in high water temperatures usually used with tropical fish. An ideal temperature range is 62-72 degrees, with 68 being most beneficial. Goldfish can and often do survive outdoors as long their water does not freeze solid during the winter or gets too hot during the summer. The pond or container should be large enough that the temperature doesn't change too rapidly. Water changes of 1/4 of the water volume per week to as much as 1/2 of the water volume per week is necessary to maintain the highest water quality.
I have classes 5 days a week and she only has classes Tuesday/Thursday so she comes to see me... someday I'll make it down there. I bought her plane tickets last semester and she's hoping to scrounge up some money this semester to come see me.BroncoBabe said:Dude, Todd. You ever come down to UGA to see her?
You do know that's like party school central, right? :toothless
I'll give ya $0.39 tell her to throw it in an envelope and send it to you.ToddACimer said:The fish is in Athens, Georgia and I'm in South Range, MI. Give me $500 and I'll fly down there and eat the fish