Goldie, star of Nat Geo WILD’s Fish Bowl 2, is a fish out of water. Casted and reeled-in to be the main attraction. For her big return to the small screen, she is absolutely thrilled to take it to the country. She’s been waiting all year to return to the bowl, and this year she’s packed her overalls and cowgirl boots.
WHO: A star waiting to shine. Goldie is a bit of a diva, but excited and anxious to make a splash at the barnyard!
WHAT: She thought she was going to be on during the Big Game… and didn't realize that she was going to be on during the Big Game…
WHEN: During Football's Biggest Game
WHERE: In a Fish Bowl…on a farm.
WHY: We blew the competition out of the water last year…so why not do it again, on a farm, with farm animals to boot.
WHO ARE YOU ROOTING FOR, GOLDIE?: In my mind, animals are first and foremost. I get along with all the farm animals, but can’t lie I have a special place in my heart for Jesse the horse.
I absolutely loveee the Fish Bowl! It's definitely genius and adorable! I hope to see it again next year!
"For anyone who has seen a goldfish in a bowl, the one this you probably remember is seeing the goldfish breathing rather heavily near the surface of the water. This is because the goldfish was suffocating. The oxygen in the water had been quickly used up, leaving the fish no choice but to hang near the surface and gulf for air. This is not good for your fish." Gregory Skomal, PhD, Goldfish 2008.
"Just Say No to Bowls! Goldfish should not be kept in bowls. I'm going to repeat that. Goldfish should not be kept in bowls…A single goldfish should never have less than 10 gallons of water…Goldfish kept in bowls, however will be silky and will never live long enough to grow to anything near full size." David E. Boruchowitz, Aquarium Care of Goldfish, 2009.