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Re: habitat/ponds

Everyone says koi are finicky, but mine have always seemed most adaptable. I just wish they would stop reproducing!
On Wednesday, January 28, 2004, at 06:42 AM, TeichFlora@aol.com wrote:

The one where the one butterfly Koi is in with some other goldfish, is 17 by
20, 3 foot deep. Unlike Goldfish, Koi will outgrow a pond. They can get to a
couple feet long or more. Mine is about 22 inches and is 3 years old. Got
him as a baby, as a gift. Koi ponds and watergardens are totally different
ball games. For a first time pond, and especially if it is smaller, I'd stick
with Goldfish. They are a lot less finicky, don't require as much space,
aeration, and filtration.
Just my opinion, for what it's worth.

zone 9
Texas gulf Coast

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