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PostCard Series| Large group of Koi in Nuvali
















Photographs taken on December 2010 
Nuvali Park in Santa Rosa City, Laguna
Camera: GEx500
©Traveling Morion

TRIVIA| Koi are ornamental domesticated varieties of the common carp (Cyprinus carpio) that are kept for decorative purposes in outdoor ponds or water gardens. Scientists believed that Koi are among the longest-living vertebrates, with some animals living over 200 years. The most popular category of koi is the Gosanke, which is made up of the Kohaku, Taisho Sanshoku, and Showa Sanshoku varieties. 


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15 comments:

  1. sobrang patay gutom ng mga koi na yan ... nakakatakot minsan magfeed

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  2. wow ,these fish looks like overpopulated.They all fighting for the food the visitors were throwing at them. it is a good sight,makes you wonder how fast they multiply and grow.

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  3. Wow! I've always wanted to go to Nuvali and feed the Koi's there. Beautiful creatures! especially when they're in one area as if they're a painting of some sort :D

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  4. sobrang dami ng mga yan. ang gaganda pa ng kulay.

    sa umaga ka magpunta, around 7am. yung kakatapos mo lang mag jogging. very relaxing.

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  5. ang kukulay ng mga Koi!

    Beautiful creatures indeed!

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  6. nakakatakot naman mahulog dyan..parang ende ka aabutin ng isang minuto...parang friendly version ng piranha hahahah

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  7. WOW! ang daming koi... Lovely! :)

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  8. grabe.. ang daming Koi... until now di pa ako nakakapunta dyan sa Nuvali... hehehe!

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  11. Do they proagate that quickly? I wonder how the population is managed, if it is managed at all! Pretty neat though to see that many KOI in one area.

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  12. They do propagate quickly. And yes, this pond looks overly populated. Some do need to be moved.

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  13. Nice pics! Maganda nga talaga Nuvali. Pumupunta kame jan everytime mapadaan kame Sta Rosa, Laguna. Great investment for those who've bought a place here a few years ago. Nagappreciate na yung property by miles.

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  14. Nakakatuwa naman, naka buka na yong baba na iba parang guto, na gutom ah.

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