Are carp the largest fish in some lakes?



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    Carp are usually moderate to large in size, usually 11.8–15.74 in (30–40 cm) in body length. Body robust, compressed laterally. Snout long; mouth of moderate size reaching to below nostril. Two barbels on each side of upper jaw, smaller one from edge of snout, larger one near corner of mouth. Carp live in a wide variety of habitats, including ponds, lakes, streams, and large rivers. They can tolerate a very low concentration of oxygen and high salinity which explains why they’d be consider the largest in some lakes.

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