Dolphins In Nepal : The Fresh Water Beauty In Nepal!!


Dolphin in Nepal

Dolphins In Nepal : An Overview

Dolphins In Nepal are only freshwater. Dolphins which have been on Earth since the time of the dinosaurs, are considered to be the second most intelligent and intelligent creatures after man. Like human beings, dolphins have the same sensitivity and thinking ability, but because they cannot speak, they have not been able to exert their influence on the earth like humans.

Dolphins In Nepal
Dolphins In Nepal

Behavior shows that this creature is more social than human. Studies have shown that collective security, food management, and the interests of group members are more organized than human beings.Scientists studying dolphins have found that the anatomy consists of four-legged animal-like bones, joints and the digestive system. However, over time, it has become a species of fish and is now living on Earth.

 

Dolphins In Nepal :Social creatures dolphins

Looking at the habits and behavior of dolphins, one can see that their social behavior is one step ahead of that of human beings. While raising a newborn baby, some people protect the female dolphins by sitting in a group, while others take care of them as midwives. The newborn mother is given food in search of food, the midwife is placed in the middle of the group, and the practice of feeding small fish in safety fences in turn has also remained in this creature.

The Karnali River
The Karnali River

Studies have shown that these creatures are always in a state of semi-sleep, fleeing to a safe place and protesting¬† as soon as they are warned of any danger in the sea or river. Some scholars have concluded that if a member of a group is attacked from somewhere, if caught in a predator’s trap, other dolphins will cry. This creature is considered to be more cohesive than human beings. Therefore, it is considered as the next social creature.

There are two types of dolphins that live in the salty waters of the ocean and in the freshwater springs. The body size of dolphins living with marine aquatic animals is larger while the size of dolphins found in rivers is smaller. Although saltwater dolphins have a large roaming area, dolphins in clean water enjoy roaming in small ponds.

 

 

Clean water dolphins

There are more challenges in the habitat of dolphins living in clean water than dolphins living in salt water. Around the world, dolphins are found in only three rivers with clean water. The Koshi, Karnali and Narayani rivers of Nepal and the Ganges River of India, the Sindh River of Pakistan and the Amazon River of Brazil in South Africa are considered to be home to dolphins. Dolphins were first found in the Ganges in 1801.

Dolphins In Nepal
Dolphins In Nepal

In the Mahabharata, the dolphin is also described as the mermaid Ulupi, so it is mentioned that even if other fish are hunted, the dolphin will not be hunted. Dolphins are referred to as virgins full of love and affection. In some places it is even described as a ‘natural nymph’ because it is very beautiful to look at.

 

Dolphins in Nepal

Dolphins in Nepal are found only in some places.Of the various rivers under the Ganges system, about 100 dolphins have been recorded in the Koshi, Narayani and Karnali rivers flowing through Nepal. Due to the construction of dams on the Koshi and Gandak rivers on the Nepal-India border, the dolphins have not been seen in the river system for many years due to the lack of infrastructure to return Dolphins in Nepal to Indian territory. On the other hand, it is easy to see dolphins roaming in the confluence of Mohali, Kandra and Patharaiya rivers, a tributary of the Karnali River.

The Karnali River
The Karnali River

While the world’s rare and endangered clean water dolphins have disappeared from the Narayani and Koshi rivers, they still exist in the Mohana river in Kailali. August, September is the season for dolphins i nepal to give birth and raise. During the monsoons in the Ghanghara River of India and the Karnali River of Nepal, dolphins in Nepal flock to the Mohana and its tributaries to seek a peaceful environment. As it is a small river, the flow of water is not very turbulent and there is no food.

 

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