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Old 06-19-2016, 04:40 PM   #1
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Home to Kohaku,Shusui, kikokuryu, Shiro Bekko, Showa, and Hi Utsuri. Also rosebud minnows that are in my opinion way better then the mosquito fish.
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I love ponds so I thought I'd check this section out, this is a very beautiful pond.
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Very beautiful!

How deep is the pond?
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Very beautiful!

How deep is the pond?
The edges are about 1-2 feet deep, the center is 6 feet deep so the fish can hibernate
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