Koi fish care is not difficult, but there are some unique difficulties.
The top aim is to maintain clean, balanced, and aerated water.
They are omnivores with a wide variety of dietary options, and they can survive in the winter. They are kind and resilient creatures. Koi produce a close-knit environment and are vulnerable to viruses brought in by outsiders. You can secure everyone's health by giving new koi time to adjust to one another and by doing so gradually.
Nishikigoi's innate instinct is to live in harmony with people and provide tranquility into a household. This is a significant component of their appeal, combined with their beauty.
The tranquility and pleasure it provides koi pond owners has expanded the popularity of Nishikigoi beyond Japan.
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