And then there were four.
That's number & # 39; koi left in Chinese Classical Chinese Garden Dr. Sun Yat-Sen of & # 39; Vancouver after the elusive otter killed three decorative fish over the weekend, and exceeded the number of deaths of seven & # 39; up to ten.
"We are sad, but at the same time try to be hopeful", said Sunday Debbie Cheung, the spokesman garden.
There was a glimmer of & # 39; hope the day & # 39; before, when staff caught gardens and koi rrilokalizza one for the Vancouver Aquarium.
We continue to try to collect the otter @vangarden. Many other koi lost over the weekend. Staff garden and koi picked one rrilokalizzah @vancouveraqua and are trying to save the remaining fish. The garden remains & # 39; closed until further notice. pic.twitter.com/oKiBNhgEgR
But the other three were difficult to catch, said Cheung. The staff wading in ponds raised bed & # 39; clay, mix water and informed koi.
Cheung said that the koi are showing signs of & # 39; stress and do not respond to gong normally used in water to jissejjaħhom food.
The otter, which has traveled hundreds & # 39; m from the ocean, made the garden for over a week. Remains & # 39; on the loose, until now umanu evade traps set by removal expert & # 39; wildlife.
The plan is to send the otter to the Valley & # 39; Fraser, driving around & # 39; hours from Vancouver.
The garden will be closed until further notice. Further updates are expected Monday