I decided not to thaw the bloodworms fully before feeding, and managed to get a video of the CBR trio circling the bloodworms like sharks. Ignore the poo, it was their last feeding for the night before their water change.
I’ve also decided on names! The red sarasa is Hikaru (輝), the white sarasa is Kanti (カンチ), and the azuki is Taiyaki (鯛焼き). They all received Japanese names because they are after all Japanese ranchu. k0iking helped me name Hikaru, whose name means radiance. Taiyaki was named after the delicious pastry filled with red bean paste that is in the shape of a fish(which is perfect if you remember what azuki means). Can anyone guess where Kanti’s name comes from?
And of course my big boy Cider, who has the most ridiculous expressions. He is a big water puppy who loves people and giving finger smooches. He’ll go out in the pond soon! Him and his pearlscale friends use the pond as their summer home, although they will have their own pond this spring along with a pond for my top view ranchu.