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Thread: Mystery koi revisited

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    Mystery koi revisited

    Ok, as promised here is the three week update of mystery koi.








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    Kiefer - I keep hearing the refrain "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Ginrin" playing in my head when I look at your photos......

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    All eyes and fins, you really really should feed it something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Ramo
    All eyes and fins, you really really should feed it something
    Not so sure how old is the koi. But many baby fish have big eyes and fins, but gradually balance out when growing up.

    --Dinh

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    Sorry Dinh, I was teasing Keifer as he is always posting pics of feeding his fish. Its a lovely fish even if it doesn't fall into any category.

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    that koi would make a great X-Mas ornament.

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    Looks like a ginrin sanke to me. What else could it be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Ramo
    Sorry Dinh, I was teasing Keifer as he is always posting pics of feeding his fish. Its a lovely fish even if it doesn't fall into any category.
    OK Jackie, you got me;-)) but next time, plz add the teasing mark for any teasing statement;-))))

    BTW, you have some cute and nice fish in other thread.

    --Dinh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutuscz
    Looks like a ginrin sanke to me. What else could it be?
    No, can't be sanke --- to much sumi on head and body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinh
    OK Jackie, you got me;-)) but next time, plz add the teasing mark for any teasing statement;-))))

    BTW, you have some cute and nice fish in other thread.

    --Dinh
    Again my apologies, I forgot how new I am on this board. Most boards know I'm a big tease

    Thanks for the compliments on my fish. A little fat, and not too pretty but I love them just the same.

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