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Lionhead's bumps growing over his eyes-he can't see...

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by supermarc26, May 15, 2004.

  1. supermarc26

    supermarc26 New Member

    My Lionhead Goldfish...the bumps on his/her? head are growing over it's eyes and I don't think he/she can see anymore. I'm worried about him/her being able to see the food, at feeding time. I have two more in the 55 gallon tank with him/her. He/she is about 5 inches long...I've had the fish for about 6 months. Can anyone help me with this situation? ( I don't want to call it a problem...he/she might get scared. I don't know if he/she ever checks out this website and he/she might come across this post. ) Ha! just a bit of humor in the face of this worry! thanks for anything, anyone might be able to do. marc
  2. ceveretts

    ceveretts New Member

    As far as I know they breed those fish to look that way. I would not buy one because I feel the way you do about worrying if it can see and stuff. I am not a goldfish buff though so I'm sure someone else can help you better. :roll:
  3. beautfulmine

    beautfulmine New Member

    can you post some picture?
  4. t_h_e_s_a_c_k

    t_h_e_s_a_c_k New Member

    Here's a couple pics. Not very clear, but I hope they help.


  5. Hooben

    Hooben New Member

    I wouldn't worry. I definitely see one of the eyes is not covered up. Fishes adapt fairly well. Fancy goldfish poke around for food alot and I don't think your fish will have any problems in the future. Fishes can taste when there is food in the water and they navigate using their lateral line and eyesight. What I am trying to say is that fishes rely on many senses to find food and get around. I think it will be fine. :mrgreen:
  6. OneWolvesDream

    OneWolvesDream New Member

    errr thats gota hurt! but im sure it will b just fine
  7. Laura05

    Laura05 New Member

    troll alert. :roll:
  8. Fin_Rot

    Fin_Rot New Member

    That just wrong...

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