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Do carp spawn more than once?

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In temperate zones, carp become sexually mature in two years and spawn in the spring. In tropical regions, they may spawn more than once. Carp spawn usually one time, but the population may spawn over the entire season. If food is scarce, fish will progressively spawn a few eggs at a time.

FAQ

  • Can a dog die from eating a dead fish?

    Fish food is unlikely to be toxic, however it may cause them some major digestive upset if they ate enough.

  • Do fish eat shrimp?

    Many small and medium-sized fish of the open ocean hunt and eat shrimp, including both the Atlantic (Gadus morhua) and Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus). Tiny species, such as American herring (Clupea harengus), consume a large number of small and larval shrimp.

  • Will freeze dried brine shrimp hatch?

    Brine takes about 23 hours to hatch at 81 degrees . it is 100% dead when frozen and has no chance of hatching once frozen .

  • How do they kill shrimp?

    They are plunged into boiling water with brown sugar in it for 3 minutes for medium sized a bit less or longer for other sizes. Then covered in ice to stop the cooking and rock salt is added to increase the cooling process and to add flavour. So they die very quickly, get over the guilt trip and enjoy eating them.

  • What eats peanut bunker?

    Striped bass are usually associated with peanut bunker, but many types of fish like to eat them. You can catch bluefish, cod, bluefin tuna, drum, wahoo, and white shark with this bait.

  • How do Japanese eat raw fish and not get sick?

    Same reason people from other countries don't get sick from eating raw fish: They eat non-poisonous, uncontaminated fish raw when it's properly handled and fresh. For the same reason no one else does - the sushi places are highly regulated and the fish preparation is carefully done.

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