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The fish has laid eggs in Halda

The mother fish has laid eggs again in the Halda River, the only natural fish breeding ground in South Asia

The mother fish has laid eggs again in the Halda River, the only natural fish breeding ground in South Asia. Carp national mother fish started laying eggs from 2 pm on Thursday. Egg collectors have been busy collecting eggs since morning. This is the third time that Haldar’s mother fish has laid eggs.

The fish has laid eggs in Halda

Halda Research and Laboratory Coordinator Prof. Manjurul Kibria said that mother fish has laid eggs in Halda river for the third time this year. The collectors are scattering eggs after 2 pm. Those who are collecting eggs at night, they have been able to collect a fairly good amount of eggs.

However, the amount of eggs has been found less since morning. If there is such continuous rain, then we can expect to get a good amount of eggs. The amount of eggs has not been determined yet, he said.

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