Ryukin Red


The Ryukin Red Goldfish, known for its distinctive high back and vibrant red coloration, is a lively and graceful freshwater fish that adds beauty to any aquarium. Explore their unique characteristics and learn how to care for these enchanting fish.

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( 3.5" )

Adult Unsexed
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The Ryukin Red Goldfish, scientifically known as Carassius auratus, is a captivating freshwater fish prized for its stunning appearance and unique body shape. Originating from Japan, the Ryukin is easily recognizable by its distinctive high back and deeply arched body, which gives it a graceful and almost fanciful appearance.

One of the most striking features of the Ryukin is its vibrant red coloration, which can vary from a deep, velvety red to a bright and eye-catching shade. Their flowing fins and elegant tail add to their visual appeal, making them a favorite among goldfish enthusiasts.

Ryukin Red Goldfish are known for their lively and active nature, often seen darting and gliding through the water. They are social fish and can be kept in community aquariums with other goldfish varieties and similar-sized tank mates.

Caring for Ryukin Red Goldfish involves providing them with a spacious aquarium, as their body shape requires more swimming space. A well-maintained tank with proper filtration, regular water changes, and a balanced diet is essential for their well-being. They are omnivorous and enjoy a diet of high-quality pellets, flakes, live or frozen foods, and occasional vegetable treats.

Their captivating appearance and vibrant colors make Ryukin Red Goldfish a delightful addition to any aquarium, and with proper care, they can thrive for many years, bringing joy to aquarists of all levels.

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