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What is Indian name for salmon fish?

Asked: Brady Mathews, Last Updated:

Rawas Indian Salmon Fish, also called Rawas in the local language is one of India's most savored fish. Found in the Western Cost, this fish is extremely popular for its flavorful taste and soft, tender white meat.

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