- "I caught a carp! I really seized the diem!"
Museum[edit | edit source]
An information board in the aquarium will provide information about this fish.
"These tough fish have very long life spans, capping out at ages surpassing 100 years. Their whiskers are one of their trademark features, making them relatively easy to identify. They're omnivorous and eat waterweed and bugs by sucking their food into their mouths. They also have teeth in the back of their throats that help break down shellfish for digestion."
In real life[edit | edit source]
The Common Carp is a fish that likes water between 7 and 30 degrees Celcius/Centigrade. The fish can sometimes grow to over 1 meter. The species is native to Eastern Asia. It has also been bred in Hungary, Germany, Israel and Turkey over generations, and has been introduced into countries such as the U.S.A. and the Netherlands. They eat up to 3 times their body weight every day. That’s about 60 lbs for a fully grown fish. These fish are also caught and eaten and are especially common to eat in Eastern Europe, the Western Midlle East, and Russia.