And then there were four.
This is the number of koi with the Chinese Sun Yat-Sen classical Vancouver Garden, the whole weekend's weekend decoration other fish killed three more than seven to ten deaths.
"We are sad, but at the same time we look forward to it," said Debbie Cheung, a garden spokeswoman, on Sunday.
There was a bright day before, when garden workers moved to Koi and Vancouver Aquarium.
We keep trying to catch the Otter @vangarden. More koi were lost during the weekend. The garden workers captured a koi and moved it @vancouveraqua and they are trying to keep the rest of the fish. The garden is closed until warnings. pic.twitter.com/oKiBNhgEgR
But the other three have been hard to catch, said Cheung. The workers hanging in the ponds created a clay bed, warning the clouds and the water in the water.
Cheung said that they show signs of stress and do not usually respond to a gong in water, to call meals.
Otter, traveling hundreds of miles from the ocean, spent more than a week in the garden. It remains on the ground, so far, it eliminates human catches from a wildlife displacement.
The Cape is sending to Fraser Valley, one hour drive in Vancouver.
The garden will close until you notice. More updates are expected Monday.