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Was able to get a pic of three of my seven shubunkins...they are growing really fast…feeding Bug Bites
 

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I like Shubbies —thanks for sharing!
I would have LOVED to have Koi but my pond is only about 900 gallons. I am loving these little rascals though....VERY tame...They never hid from me and come to greet me as soon as I step anywhere near the pond (of course they are looking for food but I like to think that they also are just super friendly:)
 
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Same here, small pond ;)
About greetin of goldfishes, food make a big part, but goldfishes, like koi, are friendly and dont matter the food; they are curious and freindly like habit and hundreds years near humans.

Some fishes are shy and still shy after time...goldfishes are more "easy" to tame
 
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Same here, small pond ;)
About greetin of goldfishes, food make a big part, but goldfishes, like koi, are friendly and dont matter the food; they are curious and freindly like habit and hundreds years near humans.

Some fishes are shy and still shy after time...goldfishes are more "easy" to tame
I see what you mean Dimelius..such friendly fish! Just wondering if Shubunkins are friendlier than other types of goldfish since I had a mixture of about fifty koi and comets in my old pond and none were like this.
 
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