Photographic Print. Orange Koi fish in milky blue grey water in Water Lily pond in Holetown, Barbados, Caribbean.
Graceful swimming Koi. In the early 19th century some rice farmers in Japan started noticing that some of the Carp were mutating, blotches of red and white were appearing on them. They decided to keep those ones to breed them and soon they had developed distinct patterns. It is interesting that these rice farmers were selectively breeding the Carp fish to bring out colours and patterns, at a time when the only genetic research going on was the botanist Mendel's experiments with pea plants.
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