Ecology and Parasite Infection have an Impact on Certain Significant Fish Species in Madhya Pradesh | Original Article
Madhya Pradesh, a state in central India, is home to a diverse ecology of waterways and several important fish species. These aquatic settings, with their varying ecosystems and crucial roles in local populations' daily lives, provide a background for a fascinating interaction between ecology and parasite diseases. Parasites offer a significant but mostly invisible hazard to fish populations, which are governed by complex webs of interdependence. A careful equilibrium between ecological interactions and the underlying dangers offered by parasitic organisms is crucial to the survival of these important fish species. Maintaining a healthy aquatic environment is crucial not just for the fish themselves but also for the lives of people who rely on them, from peaceful rivers and wide lakes to complicated marshes. This work examines how studies of the ecology and parasite infection of a few noteworthy Madhya Pradesh fish species.