Why Is My Goldfish Chasing Each Other?

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Goldfish chase each other when they are on heat and want to breed. They rub their noses near the abdomen, nipping each others hindquarters. The female goldfish being chased, has its vaginal opening pink and swollen to show that it is on heat.
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