Sucker mouth catfish found in Ganges, scientists afraid

Varanasi: The sucker mouth catfish found in the Amazon River in South America, thousands of kilometers away from India, is surprising everyone in the Ganges River of Varanasi. This fish has also put scientists in trouble. In Varanasi, there is a strange fish in the Ganges river passing through Ramna in Ramnagar.

It is being told in media reports that scientists of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) have identified it as a sucker mouth catfish found in the Amazon River of South America. Along with this, scientists have expressed concern that this fish is carnivorous and also a threat to the country's ecosystem. It is said that till date, this kind of fish has not been found in the river of India not even in South Asia.

According to reports, scientists have claimed that this fish can destroy the Ganges ecosystem. Scientists have also advised that if this fish is found in the Ganges further, it should not be released back into the river. However, the big question among all of this is that how did the Sucker mouth Catfish get into the Ganges River which is found in the Amazon River of South America thousands of kilometers away?

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