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Hungry fish


Common names: Koi, Common Carp
Trinomial name: Cyprinus carpio haematopterus

37 comments:

  1. That would make a fun jigsaw puzzle....

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  2. Wow, this very creative shot i, like you ideas.

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  3. Great shot of this feeding frenzy!

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  4. I guess so....which reminds me....I'm kinda hungry now too. Subliminal message here.

    Easter Parade Critters is my Saturday Post.

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  5. Great shot - look at those mouths!

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  6. Big mouths :)
    Look very tame. Can you touch them?

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    1. They can be easily hand fed as they have no teeth. The hand in the picture is of my five year old son.

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  7. That would make a VERY hard jigsaw puzzle!

    Here's my very first Camera Critters:

    http://collettaskitchensink.blogspot.com/2012/04/camera-critters-4812.html

    Colletta

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  8. What a wonderful shot!
    It seems they are really hungry and know well the hand that feeds them.

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    1. Koi will recognize the persons feeding them and gather around them at feeding times.

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  9. They are joy seeing your hand.

    Your hand is great.

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  10. Interesting moment.

    Regards and best wishes

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  11. Reminds me of the koi at the incredible Buddhist temple in Kaneohe, Hawaii.
    They are almost scary as they leap all over each other to get the food thrown in by tourists. I've never actually seen pirhana feed but it's how I think they would be if a carcass would fall into the water....no comment about how well they would eat if I ended up in the Amazon, Shiju.

    I miss India.

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  12. I love these koi fish -- so many different color combinations!

    Thank you for sharing at Your Sunday Best this week.

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  13. I agree with Rilly, this would make a great puzzle. Nice shot!

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  14. WOW, - great shot. They looks hungry!
    Happy MYM to you!

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  15. Beautiful shot! Great capture! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. we have Koi fish too in our pond :-) they have the prettiest color especially the YELLOW. Dropping by from MYM

    http://www.adventurousjessy.com/2012/04/yellow-duck-and-a-book.html

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  18. Wow, those Koi are huge. How big can Koi grow to?

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  19. They've got big mouths! Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC
    Liz @ YACB

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  20. I see those big mouths..

    Visiting for MYM- hope you can stop by:)

    http://www.cassandrasminicorner.com/2012/04/orchard-park-easter-egg-hunting.html

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  21. Wow, many empty belly:). Best wishes!

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  22. this is very creative shot, i love it.

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  23. I love the look of a Koi and certainly someone needs to feed these hungry fish right away. Beautiful shot for MYM.

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  24. Great shot ...
    Visiting from Theme Thursday: Organization Spirit

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  25. Years ago when we used to go to the lakes we would feed popcorn to the carp and they would go crazy. One minute you would see one or two or them and as soon as the popcorn was in the air there would suddenly be dozens of them. The kids would have so much fun and no matter how much popcorn we fed them it never seemed to be enough. Not sure if new fish were showing up or they were just very hungry.

    Great picture to bring back the memories.

    Thanks for sharing this with us for this weeks Theme Thursday.

    God bless.

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  28. Delightful view of the fish.

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  29. Wow! So many of them!
    Great shot!

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