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Synonyms for goldfish

small golden or orange-red freshwater fishes of Eurasia used as pond or aquarium fishes

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The standalone facility also features a dedicated training space that accommodates more than 40 trainees with future expansion plans that include a pool -- similar to those located in each Goldfish Swim School - that will serve the franchise's additional in-water training needs.
Known for their calming influence, goldfish are widely recognised as helping with relaxation.
Goldfish grow into space they inhabit and can sprout to about 12 inches, Kongsrude said.
It is no wonder its cousin, the goldfish, is arguably one of the most resilient pets.
Goldfish ICT was founded in 2000 and has developed into a full-service provider, offering process and IT consulting based on SAP solutions as well as an extensive range of managed services.
Outdoor markets in Iran this time of year routinely feature tanks and plastic buckets crammed full of goldfish that are sold off in plastic bags.
Here, I couldn't help feeling there was too little room for those of us who identify with the goldfish.
Studies have shown that goldfish are intelligent and can even like or dislike individual humans in their household.
MANY people in Wales keep their fish in tiny goldfish bowls.
The occasion marked the start of production on a new Goldfish cracker line.
Washington, Sept 3 ( ANI ): A new study has claimed that goldfish not only listen to music, but they also can distinguish one composer from another.
Summary: Three thousand goldfish from 14 countries have locked gills to compete in an international beauty pageant in China.
A CITY bar is making a desperate plea for the return of their beloved goldfish after a punter stole it from its tank.
The researchers observed bass feeding on goldfish and food balls.