What is the Bombay Duck?
Asked by Sheena Fatima, 18 Sep '08 12:51 pm
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The Bombay duck is a lizardfish and not a duck as its name would suggst. It is found in the waters between Mumbai and Kutch in the Arabian Sea and also the Bay of Bengal. This fish is usually consumed after it is dried and salted. It has a powerful odour after dryingAnswered by Manisha Mehra, 18 Sep '08 12:53 pm
The Bombay duck or bummalo (Harpadon nehereus, Bengali: bamaloh, Gujarati: bumla, Marathi: bombil) is, despite its name, not a duck but a lizardfish. ...Answered by UNNIKRISHNA RAMAN, 18 Sep '08 12:56 pm
FishAnswered by neera bhatt, 18 Sep '08 12:53 pm
FishAnswered by dhanendra kumar jain, 18 Sep '08 12:53 pm
Its a fish , very popular in MumbaiAnswered by Krish Dey, 18 Sep '08 12:52 pm