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Nov 28 2011

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Dried indigenous fish species kept in the market for selling in Nepal

Credit: Deepak Bhusal (Nepal)

Dried indigenous fish species in Nepal are kept in the market for selling in backgroung Malekhu Bazzar which is attached with highway and also to the Trishuli River which is the rich source of indigenous fish species. Excess of fish is sundried and kept in the market for selling. Fish species used for drying are Nakata (Garra gotyla), Buduna (Garra annandalei), Kabre (Glyptothorax sps,), Sahar (Tor putitora), Faketa (Barilius sps,), Sidra (Puntius sps,).

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