TON LOP MAI is a new koi fish from Taiwan, originally bred for its aggressive personality and ability to swim through rivers. The TON LOP MAI was originally bred to help the Taiwanese economy by helping them to harvest water from rivers and streams.
In 2020, they were exported to the United States and now reside in ponds and lakes throughout the United States. They are known as a very aggressive fish, and they will attack and fight other fish that come near to them, which may include their own kind.
While TON LOP MAI koi are aggressive fish, they do make great pets. They can be trained to be easy to watch and do as they please.
While they were originally bred for farmers, TON LOP MAI Koi is very good at living alone. They thrive on fresh, clean water and can live in ponds with very little vegetation and other animals. They can adapt to almost any environment, making them very interesting and hard to beat.
The TON LOP MAI fish can grow up to two feet in length and weigh up to a hundred and fifty pounds. Their scales are pink with dark spots, and they have short fins. When they breed, the male and female pair will produce eggs in the fall and they will hatch in the spring.
The ton lop mai is a very gentle fish that should be kept in a pond or lake with very little vegetation. It is very hardy, but not nearly as difficult to care for as other Koi species, so it is one of the most popular Koi fish in the United States.
If you live in the United States, chances are you have heard of these beautiful fish before, because most pet store owner will sell them as part of their selection. You may be wondering how they are able to sell such a popular fish, but it is a simple answer to the question.
Since the fish is so popular and is a common choice, they do not need to make up for the popularity of their fish with an equally popular and well priced name. These fish are no different from other Koi varieties and are as strong as other breeds of fish.
These Koi fish are highly recommended for those who are just beginning to learn about Koi and other types of fish, especially for those who like a smaller fish that is also easy to care for and live in ponds or lakes. If you have not yet gotten started on your Koi experience, you may want to try this fish to see what you think.