Carp are various species of oily freshwater fish from the family Cyprinidae, ...
Some consider all cyprinid fishes carp, and the family Cyprinidae itself is often ...
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Carp definition, to find fault or complain querulously or unreasonably; be niggling
in criticizing; cavil: to carp at minor errors. See more.
(Cyprinus carpio) is eaten in just about every country as a delicacy, but regarded as a "trash fish" in the US. Introduced in the 1800s from China, they eat grass and underwater plants and grow large (up to 90 pounds). The carp
pictured (right) weighs about... More »
Carp are a large introduced freshwater fish which are common throughout most
of NSW. They are well known as a pest because of their destructive ...
Introduction. Carp are a large freshwater fish native to central Asia. Introductions
in many countries have helped to make carp the most widely distributed ...
The Common Carp's Introduction into North America Arriving in the United States
during the mid-1800s, increasing waves of immigrants could scarcely believe ...
CARP works by allowing a group of hosts on the same network segment to share
an IP address. This group of hosts is referred to as a "redundancy group".
The Common Address Redundancy Protocol ( CARP ) allows multiple hosts to
share the same IP address and Virtual Host ID ( VHID ) in order to provide high ...