We have babies this year in the koi pond! In nine years we've seen three hatches. We suspect that there have been more but the fish usually eat the eggs early on and we rarely see fry. But this batch has survived and we've got quite a large crop of probably about 20 small koi. Most appear to be orange or orange with markings. There are some other dark ones but they are much harder to see at this point. The big ones are all lined up waiting to be fed.
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