An appeal by the city of Burnsville, Minnesota, stated that the animals were ‘growing more than people wanted’ and that this would worsen the quality of the local water.
The city of Burnsville, Minnesota in the United States issued a ninth warning last Friday, urging residents to help avoid overcrowding of “foreign” animals in lakes in the area. Local environmental agents believe it Small fish Dorados bought as pets have been released into the area by their previous owners, which threatens local biodiversity because the animals are not native to the area. USA. “Please do not release your pet goldfish into ponds. They grow faster than you think and cause bad water quality, ”City Hall said in a Twitter post. In the pictures you can see the rescue of the “giant beasts”. Some of them measure more than two coconuts.
Do not release your pet’s goldfish into ponds or lakes! The water quality decreases as they get bigger than you think and remove debris from the bottom and uproot the plants.
Groups of these large goldfish were recently discovered in Lake Keller. pic.twitter.com/Zmya2Ql1E2
– City of Burnsville (urnburnsville MN) July 9, 2021