Scientific name : Gavialis gangeticus

 Description :They are found in the rivers of Indus, Ganges and Brahmaputra. They favour deep, fast-flowing rivers with relatively clear water, high banks, deep pools, and sandbanks for basking and nesting. Gharials are mainly fish eater, although they also take shrimps, crabs, and frogs. The flattened snout is very efficient when sweeping and snapping sideways in the water at prey such as fish.