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How old was the oldest koi fish?

Asked: Sébastien Provencher, Last Updated:

226 years of age The oldest koi in the world was reported to be 226 years of age. This is a legend typically heard at koi shows, a place filled with the people that love koi the most, though this fish was reputed to be not the most striking color, and not an amazing show fish.

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