International Journal of Zoology / 2017 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Present Status of Ganges River Dolphins Platanista gangetica gangetica (Roxburgh, 1801) in the Turag River, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Table 1

River dolphin appears at different geographical position on different time in the Turag River.

Sl. numberPlaceGPS coordinateDecJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNov

()Amin Bazar bridge23°47′N and 90°20′E
()Nober par23°48′N and 90°20′E
()Tamanna Park South23°49′N and 90°20′E
()Tamanna Park North23°49′N and 90°20′E
()Birulia Landing Station23°50′N and 90°20′E
()Birulia Bhanga bridge23°51′N and 90°20′E
()Uttara 3rd phase23°51′N and 90°21′E
()Rustampur23°52′N and 90°21′E
()Ashulia Landing Station23°53′N and 90°21′E
()Kamarpara23°52′N and 90°24′E

Number of sites for sightings333444549896

Total number of individuals545656761110106

Notes. Each tick mark represents sighting of dolphins in the particular location during corresponding visit and not the number of dolphin individuals sighted. The last row of the table, however, shows the total number of dolphins sighted in a particular visit (month column).

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