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Telescope eye
2007-04-10 16:00:31

The Telescope eye is a type of goldfish characterized by its protruding eyes. The eyes are situated at the end of what is called the eye-stalk. Telescopes are a variety of fancy goldfish and possess a double tail and dorsal fin. Telescopes occur in all of the typical colorations of goldfish, but are most frequently seen in orange, calico, panda (black and white), and black, which is often...

Black Moor
2007-04-10 14:04:30

The Black Moor is a fancy species of goldfish also called the the Black Peony, or the Kuro-demekin in Japan. The Black Moor is essentially a velvet black variety of the telescope eye goldfish, although a black moor may have rounder fins and a less forked tail than a telescope eye. Animal Description The Black Moor is one of the most popular breeds of goldfish. The Black Moor is often...

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tourtiere
  • a meat pie that is usually eaten at Christmas in Quebec
The word 'tourtiere' comes from the French tourte, or passenger pigeon.
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