SB 8.24.19

sa enāṁ tata ādāya
 nyadhād audañcanodake
tatra kṣiptā muhūrtena
 hasta-trayam avardhata
Synonyms: 
saḥ — the King; enām — unto the fish; tataḥ — thereafter; ādāya — taking out; nyadhāt — placed; audañcana-udake — in a well of water; tatra — therein; kṣiptā — being thrown; muhūrtena — within a moment; hasta-trayam — three cubits; avardhata — immediately developed.
Translation: 
Then, taking the fish out of the waterpot, the King threw Him in a large well. But within a moment the fish developed to the length of three cubits.