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Is Catla fish a bottom feeder?

Asked: Sébastien Malo Fishing, Date Created:

The bottom feeder is an aquatic animal that feeds on or near the bottom of a body of water. Option D: The Catla fish known as Catla catla eats phytoplanktons and is a surface feeder. These fishes are also called pelagic fish as they live in the pelagic zone of the water body.

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