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Fishes from the Kashmir Valley

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In March-April 1954 the late Dr. Sunder Lal Hora visited the Kashmir Valley and made an extensive collection of fishes, which on his return to Calcutta he kindly passed on to me for study. As regards the topography of the Kashmir Valley and its drainage, he wrote that the Valley is ' about eighty miles long, about twenty to twenty-five miles broad, and on the average rising about 6000 ft. above sea-level.

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