Up to 5,000 larvae which are no more than five days old get familiar with their surroundings as they swim in a tank.
Before they develop into tiny fish, the eggs - measuring just two millimetres - were placed into a container and hatched into larvae.
The hatching process lasts just five days and by then the larvae have started to move and swim.
They do not require food because the larvae still carry food supplies such as egg yolks.
After a while they will then develop into tiny gold fish, carp and catfish. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE.
Pictured: A tiny larvae measure just a few millimetres in length swims next to a larger goldfish
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