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Baby fish , finally!

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Yikes!  My back hurts just looking at it!  Hugs.

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17 hours ago, Arctic Mama said:

Yikes!  My back hurts just looking at it!  Hugs.

That was my thought too :o 

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Baby fish now at 9 weeks , 50 mm to 20 mm.  The black moor also spawned producing a few. Back is recovering very slowly. Finally can sleep on bed and ride in auto but cannot lift anything more than coffee cup. Pictured are some koi baby snacking on flake and a baby black moor. Very nice velvet carbon black.

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Im so glad your back is doing better hun. :)

I can see a black one :teehee 

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They look great!! Glad your back is feeling better!!

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Pictured at age 90 days feeding. All growing well with the big pigs three fingers long.

 

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Wow! They look amazing

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WOW Thats just a lot of Fry :yikes 

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Holy moley!!!  That's a lot of babies!!!!  

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Yes a lot and I hope that it stays that way.

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They're growing beautifully.  I'm glad your back is improving as well, ouch!

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Now at 100 day age fish can be seen without magnifying glass!  Colours are showing and we begin to dream about the "task "of having to choose which ones to keep. Pictured are some at feeding time where they learn to take food from hand. 

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So many fish! It's amazing to look at!

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There is so many I just smile at them. Look at all of them :teehee 

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Aww, they are so cute!

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Koi now at age 6 month. Growing with few problems. Biggest are over a palm size and runts are 3 finger width. Colors are showing with a few interesting patterns.

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WOW look at all those different colors. Looks like you got some Shukin in there too. :) 

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They are GORGEOUS!!!

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Wrong place

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Wow so many beautiful fish!

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They look so happy. You have a beautiful school of fish there :)

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9 hours ago, mikroll said:

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I hate when that happens. Go into the wrong place :lol 

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 Weather is cooling . Nights now touch single digits (09 C). Guppy s are all inside and we decided to move a few koi in just to see how the do inside. 30 are now in warm water. Also moved the BIG orandas inside this year. They can stay out but seem to suffer when it gets real cold. They are now getting used to smaller quarters . Pictured are my three pigs. The 200 is just barely enough I think.

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It's funny that you have nice fall weather to enjoy and I scraped 2" (5cm) of snow off my car this morning. :yikes You're fish look happy. :)

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