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2011/3.1, March 16 -- Water Chemistry, Lava Rocks, Elephants' Rumps and more

March 16, 2011 WATERSHAPES.COM
WITCHES IN THE WATER:
THE MACABRE TEST THAT
ALWAYS ENDED BADLY
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Wikipedia describes koi as ‘ornamental, domesticated varieties of common carp that are kept for decorative purposes in outdoor ponds or water gardens.’ More than 1,000 years ago, the Chinese began breeding koi to create colorful patterns on the animals — which now come in shades of white, black, red, yellow, blue and cream. The Japanese started to breed koi in the 1820s. (The term koi means ‘carp’ in Japanese.) Thanks to the fish’s ability to adapt to a variety of water and climate conditions, koi ponds are now delighting people throughout much of the world.

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