Wallago Catfish (Wallago attu)
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3785 Litres (1000 US G.)
177.8-203.2cm (70-80 ")
6.0 - 7.6
18.9-28.9°C (66 -84 °F)
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- Wallago Catfish, Man-Eating Catfish, Freshwater Shark, Helicopter Catfish, Pla khao, Trey Sanday
Additional scientific names
- Pinniwallago kanpurensis, Silurus attu, Wallagonia attu
Origin[edit | edit source]
- Found large rivers and lakes in Asia, from Pakistan to Indonesia, also reported in Afghanistan.
Identification[edit | edit source]
- Elongated dark grey/silver body with large eyes and a very large mouth that extends back past the eyes, armed with formidable rows of teeth. One set of long barbels.
Pictures[edit | edit source]
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- Fishbase (Mirrors: )