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The Ganges River is a river that flows through the south Asian nations of India and Bangladesh. The Ganges is a lifeline that millions of people depend on. The river is home to approximately 140 species of fish, 90 species of amphibians, and also reptiles and mammals, including critically endangered species. The Ganges is also the most sacred river to Hindus. However, it is threatened by severe pollution, in part due to the beliefs of the Hindu priests in the river's purity.

The Ganges was referenced in at least one episode of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?:

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