The title of national fish of India is given to the Ganges River Dolphin
The reason the Ganges River Dolphin was declared as the national fish of India or the national aquatic animal in 2009 was to save it from extinction. It is also seen as an indicator of the health of the river Ganga.
What is the National Fish of India?
The answer to what is the national fish of India is the Ganges River Dolphin which also referred to as ‘Susu’ commonly. The fish was declared the national fish of India in the year 2009 to save it from extinction.
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