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Treatment and care of sick koi
There are many kinds of diseases in koi. It is already too late when one detect the real symptom of sickness. It is vitally important to detect as soon as possible and apply proper treatment.
How to find diseases in their early stages
You should always watch your koi’s bodies, their way of swimming or abnormal behaviours in order to find their diseases in the early stages.
change of the surface of the koi body learn more..
Japanese koi fish history
The Koi has an interesting history. They are the national fish of the country of Japan, and a member of the carp family (Cyprinus carpio). This is why some people call the fish Koi Carp. Koi are also called warrior or samurai fish in Japan. These names have nothing to do with their disposition. In fact, it is safe to assume that most of the Koi you will see are lovers instead of fighters! Koi are also known as Nishikigoi, which means, “brocaded carp” in Japan and other locations. Yet another title for these interesting fish is “Japanese Carp”, which is rather redundant, as the word “koi” means “domesticated carp” in Japanese. learn more..
BUYING YOUR FIRST KOI
BUYING YOUR FIRST KOI It is exciting to choose and purchase your first Koi, but do not be too quick in deciding where you will go for this transaction. If you have done your homework, then you know about Koi behavior and care. What you now need to decide is what type of Koi you want to buy. You must also have your pond area complete and ready to go before buying any fish. learn more
My knowledge about Kois is not as wide as this guy (the author), but i must say that hand-feeding kois is quite interesting..As a koi hobbyists, it's a fulfillment... So relaxing, stress reliever...
A great pet hobbyist, very friendly and has vast knowledge plus years of experience in the fish hobby. Great quality kois & goldfish too! Keep up the awesome work Bro & happy pet-keeping!
Yes, For us we look at kois in their fancy colors, but where does it come from? (Japan) it means a lot to them..Maybe It stands with Love, peace and harmony.. And in the Samurai days, kois and bonsais played a great role for them. It helps them divert their mind from a brutally-barbaric killing to a peaceful and harmonious living.. And for us today? It's the coolest hobby kudos to the author
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Thanks for the information that youve shared to me sir..i was very very happy to success my breeding koi and shubunkin..Goodbless have a Nice day.
MIS Staff at Cebu Technological University (CTU)
These articles helped me get through the breeding process and now my koi are hatching!! Thank you so much!!
Owner-operator at Self-Employed
i love koi fish because it makes me relax by just watching them, stress reliever
Kevin C. Kuizon
Manager at Walt Disney World