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Is rohus a surface feeder?

Asked: Dale St. Arnold, Last Updated:

Rohus: It belongs to the carp family of fish and is mostly found in South Asia. These fishes are generally large in size and are omnivores. They are column feeders, and their feeding takes place on food available in the mid column.

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