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Friendly Koi Video.

Posted by cliff_and_joann z7 L.I.NY (My Page) on
Sat, May 21, 11 at 10:22

A little tourist was visiting yesterday and it was
the first nice day in a solid week of rain.

The little guy favors the orange koi 'Sunny' and only
wants to feed him.

I said in another thread -- that if our
koi could breathe out of water, they would be waiting
me at the back door each morning. really!

Here is a link that might be useful: Little Tourist & Friendly Koi


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RE: Friendly Koi Video.

Omg.... What a gorgeous pond !! I can only wish that mine looked like that.


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RE: Friendly Koi Video.

What is the size of your pond and how many fish are there? Just wondering. I want to get a couple more in ours but worried about over crowding.


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Loir,
2500 gallons, 17 big koi, 2 goldfish...
keep in mind, the more fish, the more maintenance...
we have a 200 gallon biological pond as well
as a bottom drain, and gravity fed filter system.


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Lovely as always, Joann. Looks like your little visitor was having a good time. ;-)


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OMG what a cute video! I love the way the little tourist gets the food nice and wet before he tries to feed the Koi. How fun is that for a kid? I am sure it will be a special memory for him.

Joan I love the way your pond looks. Reminds me of the Koi ponds I have seen in Hawaii. Very tropical looking, crystal clear with big, healthy Koi. Keep up the good work and keep the videos coming. :)


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That was adorable thank you for sharing.Beautiful koi.


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