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Old 10-20-2013, 12:19 AM   #1
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How to take care of koi.

I am looking to buy a koi. Can anyone tell me all the facts you know PLEASE. Thanks and if you have a instagram follow me I am 620cmm
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Just an fyi, you'd probably get more responses by posting in the freshwater section. You posted in the SW forums.
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Koi is a fresh water fish and very easy. They are voracious eater and can grow fast. They prefer to be in the pond and likes cooler water.
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