CityCountryAnywhereQuiet area that's close to the city
I literally never stop eatingFood is my lifeI can eat a lot but I know when to stopDepends what's on the table
What Type Of Asian Carp Are You?
You’re adventurous and open to exploring new parts of the world especially for the food. You love food so much that you often wonder if you even have a stomach at all. Bighead Carp lack a true stomach so they are constantly eating. They live in waters with temperatures from 4-24°C and eat so much they out-compete native fish species for food. You also love to learn! To learn more about Bighead Carp and the other species of Asian carp, click here: www.asiancarp.ca
You thrive in a fast-paced environment! The quicker the better, you love excitement and seek thrill. You also enjoy the finer things in life. Escargot and calamari anyone? Black Carp spawn in areas of high turbulence. They prefer to eat mollusks with their pharyngeal (throat) teeth and could outcompete native species for food. You also love to learn! To learn more about Black Carp and the other species of Asian carp, click here: www.asiancarp.ca
You prefer the quiet life but enjoy getting out and having a good time. You keep your diet simple and healthy but aren’t opposed to a cheat meal if no healthy options are available. Grass Carp prefer slow flowing water bodies but spawn in rivers with moderate currents. They feed on aquatic plants but will eat invertebrates if no vegetation is available and consume up to 40% of their body weight a day in food. You also love to learn! To learn more about Grass Carp and the other species of invasive carp, click here: www.asiancarp.ca
You like to relax and spend your time in quiet areas. That’s not to say you don’t know how to have fun! You live a very active life and are open to trying new things. Silver Carp will jump out of the water when excited and can injure boaters. They lack a true stomach so they're constantly feeding. They prefer to live in standing waters. You also love to learn! To learn more about Silver Carp and the other species of Asian carp, click here: www.asiancarp.ca