Panda Telescope

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Panda telesscope goldfish
Country of origin
Breed standards

The panda telescope is a panda variant of telescope goldfish with a characteristic black-and-white color pattern and protruding eyes. [1][2]


Juvenile Panda Moor goldfish

Panda telescopes have protruding eyes. Young moors resemble bronze fantails and their protruding eyes gradually develop with age. They sport a velvety appearance in maturity. However, they may lose this velvet-like appearance with increasing age. They can also lose their panda coloration with age; they may become orange and white or any other color combination. Frequently panda moors will not keep any of their coloration, or they may turn pure white. They are strictly a cool water fish like all other goldfish.[1][2]

Special care[edit]

They have the same needs as the black telescope or telescope.


  1. ^ a b Andrews, Dr. Chris. An Interpet Guide to Fancy Goldfish, Interpet Publishing, 2002. - ISBN 1-902389-64-6
  2. ^ a b Johnson, Dr. Erik L., D.V.M. and Richard E. Hess. Fancy Goldfish: A Complete Guide to Care and Collecting, Weatherhill, Shambhala Publications, Inc., 2006 - ISBN 0-8348-0448-4

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