Koi are egg layers/scatterers of adhesive eggs so they don't actually 'have babies'.
Koi lay eggs.
I think so
Koi fish can live in almost any country. Koi are thought to be originally from Japan. Many people have outdoor fish ponds in which Koi are the dominant fish.
They get along with goldfish but you'll end up with babies that are part goldfish. I have them in the same pond and that's what happened to me. The main problem with putting Koi with other fish, is sometimes the other fish like to eat Koi.
IT DEPENDS ON WHEN THEY BREED.NOW IF YOU HAVE OUTDOOR KOI FISH THEY NORMALY BREED ONCE A YEAR, BUT IF YOU HAVE INDOOR KOI FISH THEY BREED ANY TIME OF THE YEAR. P.S. BETTER WAY TO SAY IT IS YOUR KOI FISH MIGHT LAY EGGS IN SPRING TIME.
What dose a purple and white koi fish meaning
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Koi breed once a year around spring time when the temperature changes. There are many factors that determines the amount of eggs a koi will produce. Diet or the fish's state of health can affect it. For a koi fish in good health and approximate figure is about 45,000 per pound of fish. Don't worry, the other koi fish will eat most of these eggs. for more info please visit: http://forum.californiawaterscapes.com