A 30kg goldfish was caught earlier this month in a lake in the Champagne region of France. Photos circled social networks and the British press, earning a female nickname “monster” because of the huge belly🇧🇷 Briton Andy Hackett was the fisherman who accomplished this feat after a 25-minute fight, according to the BBC. After being weighed and examined, it was returned to its habitat.
The fish in question is a hybrid of leather carp and koi carp. Carrot (“carrot” in Portuguese) is the name by which it is known among the specialists of Bluewater Lakes, a private property in Champagne with fishing conditions and services that attract fishing tourists and curious people from all over the world hoping to meet I live a giant fish. who lives there – which, according to the records, can weigh up to 40 kilograms. The property is fully booked for the near future and Withfollow a strict policy that requires all fish to be released after they are caught🇧🇷
In the fishing world, Carrot has become something of a celebrity. According to Bluewater Lakes officials, it was placed in this lake over a decade ago and is difficult to catch. Although he was caught before, only this year he broke the mark of 30 kg. After he was caught, he was “thoroughly examined” and confirmed to be “in perfect health,” as explained on the cosmos Facebook page. It is possible that he will continue to live and grow for another 15 years.