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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because they are orange!
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Lol at the first answer. Goldfish aren't snakeheads so don't worry they won't eat each other. They may be fighting but that would ware off in some time. They might be playing too.
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During mating season, male goldfish frequently chase females as a part of their mating ritual. Goldfish normally breed only when there has been a sudden temperature change in the
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Goldfish are social. My goldfish play and chase on an off quite often when they're not picking at their plants or river rock. I seriously doubt it's an overcrowding issue since there
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