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Polish fisherman pull a net from the Milickie Ponds during the traditional Carp haul in Grabownica village, south-west Poland, 08 October 2013. Traditionally, carp harvest started in October, well ahead of the forthcoming Christmas season.

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Polish fisherman pull a net from the Milickie Ponds during the traditional carp haul in Grabownica village, southwest Poland on Tuesday.

TOPSHOTS Visitors look at the fish throu...TOPSHOTS Visitors look at the fish through the transparent walls of a tunnel in a lake in Madra, 70 km southeast from Brno, South Moravia, Czech Republic on September 30, 2013. The tunnel, which is located at a depth of three meters, measuring eight meters in length from which one can observe sturgeon, carp, catfish, perch, tench, eell and trout. AFP PHOTO/ RADEK MICARADEK MICA/AFP/Getty Images

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A three-metre deep underwater tunnel allows visitors to watch fish in a lake at Madra, Czech Republic. Sturgeon, carp, catfish, perch, tench, eel and trout can be viewed from the eight-metre transparent tube, located 70km southeast of Brno, South Moravia. Read more

Children play underneath some 1,200 colorful carp streamers flying above a riverside park in Sagamihara, Kanagawa prefecture

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Children play underneath carp streamers – or koinobori – flying above a riverside park in Sagamihara, Kanagawa prefecture in Japan, on Thursday to celebrate Children’s day. A total of 400,000 visitors are expected to attend the week-long event starting on April 29 to celebrate the annual holiday of Children’s day on May 5 – part of the “Golden week” holiday, which is traditionally one of the busiest travel times of the year. The streamers