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Mangar (fish)

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The mangar Luciobarbus esocinus is a large species of ray-finned fish in the genus Luciobarbus , native to the Tigris—Euphrates river system in Iran , Iraq , Syria and Turkey. The species is highly prized as a food fish , but it has declined due to overfishing and habitat loss, making it vulnerable. The species reaches a maximum length of up to 2. The silvery body is covered with small scales.

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