The Kaluga

The Kaluga (Huso dauricus) is a large predatory sturgeon found in the Amur River basin. Also known as River Beluga, they are claimed to be the largest freshwater fish in the world, with a maximum size of at least 1,000 kg (2,205 lb) and 5.6 m (18.6 ft). Like the slightly larger Beluga, it spends part of its life in saltwater. The Kaluga is one of the biggest of the sturgeon family.

The haitat of the Kaluga is located in Coastal sea waters.

Our world is filled with a vast diversity of adorable and beautiful rare animals. They often are internati onally known and people want to save them from extinction. However, there's also a vast diversity of rare animals that are unattractive as well. The y are never internationally known and not as popular as rare attractive animals. One of these animals is the Kaluga. It is a critically endangered sp ecies due to overfishing, poaching, pollution, habitat loss and invasive species. Its species only hope of survival is for mankind to rescue it from ex tinction. Although, it is not a very pretty or cute rare animal, it deserves to have conservation efforts placed on it.

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