Q&A: Pond Fish?

29 Dec

Question by princesspiggylet: Pond Fish?
When it rains a lot, sometimes ditches will fill up with water. There are no fish in the pond, but after a while there will be. How does this happen?

Best answer:

Answer by rs
some people tend to release them there… however some eggs are apparantly able to survive out of water

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3 Responses to “Q&A: Pond Fish?”

  1. Loren S December 29, 2009 at 11:18 pm #

    wading birds such as cranes and herons get fish eggs stuck to their legs and in turn transfer them to pools of water where they hatch and lo and behold we have fish where none were before.

  2. husnitahahusnitaha December 29, 2009 at 11:37 pm #

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    1.
    Pond Fish – Putting Life into your Pond
    … pond has been planted as this allows plants to start growing and gives the fish … fish sooner as long as you have used a de-chlorinator and pond …
    http://www.worldofwater.com/pond_fish.htm – 9k – Cached
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    2.
    Pond – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    … Fish pond) Jump to: navigation, search. For other uses, see Pond … An Australian rock pond. Heathcote National Park. Two people reflected in a fish pond …
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_pond – 35k – Cached

  3. Jim December 30, 2009 at 12:29 am #

    There are two ways fish may enter a pond due to excessive rainfall. They swim or are flush from a pond further up in the watershed in to ponds below. Or, they can swim up stream and enter over the spillway, if there is water going over it.

    This happens frequently with ponds in floodplains.

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