An edible lizardfish, Harpadon nehereus, found in the waters around Mumbai
The Bombay duck or bummalo (Harpadon nehereus), is a lizardfish. Adults may reach a maximum length of 40 cm, but the usual size is around 25 cm.
The Bombay duck or bummalo is, despite its name, not a duck but a lizardfish. It is native to the waters between Mumbai and Kutch in the Arabian Sea, and a small number are also found in the Bay of Bengal. Great numbers are also caught in the South China Sea. The fish is often dried and salted before it is consumed, as its meat does not have a distinctive taste of its own. After drying, the odour of the fish is extremely powerful, and it is usually transported in air-tight containers. Fresh fish are usually fried and served as a starter. In Mumbai, Konkan and the western coastal areas in India this dish is popularly known as "Bombil fry".
The numerical value of bombay duck in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of bombay duck in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7