Hungry fishes finish Agege bread in seconds after Pond Owner becomes too broke to buy feed [video]


A pond owner on Tik Tok has showed off the results of feeding his fishes bread as he was unable to afford fish feed.

He shared a video on the app where he threw in a loaf of bread into the pond and in watched as the fish reacted to the new addition.

The bread barley lasted seconds as the hungry fishes came upon it in seconds and devoured it till there was nothing left.

The pond owner wrote:


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As we don’t have money to

buy fish food today so we got them bread & see the results

Watch video below

https://www.tiktok.com/@starlizdancer/video/7187508505106976005?_t=8YzJYMh5f6b&_r=1

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