how about the white koi fish? what does it mean??

In this article, we look at the origins of both koi carp and goldfish and compare the two species.
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Modern colored carp, or Koi, probably didn’t exist before 1800, through the Chinese cultivated wild carp and inbred the golden variety, producing a goldfish-like carp which was prized because it grew so large. Carp are considered lucky by the Chinese; they also represent industriousness because they are “survivors” and fight strongly against raging torrents, serving as a good example for Chinese children. Work hard and persevere. A stamp was issued about 1900 to commemorate this philosophy.
Read on to find out more about the differences and similarities between koi carp and goldfish.
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According to Japanese legend, if a koi fish succeeded in climbing the falls at a point called Dragon Gate on the Yellow River, it would be transformed into a dragon. Based on that legend, it became a symbol of worldly aspiration and advancement. Yamabuki Koi: The gold fish represents (of course) gold, wealth and prosperity.
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Interest in koi carp as an ornamental fish quickly spread across Europe and the rest of the world, with all but one of our modern Nishikigoi koi varieties having developed from the small number of ornamental koi originally bred on the Niigata Prefecture.In 2014, a Maine woman had her Koi forcibly removed from her residence after a failed attempt to legalize Koi keeping in her home state. Having a Koi pond and keeping Koi fish is currently legal in 49 out of 50 states. She fought all the way to the state's supreme court, but was ultimately rejected when they upheld the lower court’s ruling.Although goldfish and koi carp are sometimes kept together in the same pond, and are related, the two types of fish are actually different species.The koi carp is an omnivorous fish, which means that . In the wild, this will consist of a large variety of foods, including algae, plants, flies and bugs, and decaying organic matter.So, if you’re wondering whether koi eat other fish and if it’s safe to keep goldfish and koi carp together, this article will answer all of your questions…Koi carp are unlikely to eat other large fish, including large goldfish. However, if something will fit in their mouths then they may well try to eat it! So smaller goldfish will be at risk.The koi carp and the goldfish are actually fish from the same species family, and while there are of course significant differences between them, they also have a lot of similarities. But this won’t stop larger fish from trying to eat smaller ones!There are many Koi varieties available with some fetching ridiculous prices. The names of various koi are based on the patterns and colors exhibited by the fish. The Tancho variety is highly sought after having a primarily pure white body with an orange colored pattern on the top of the head. It is a beauty.