Kangla, The bronze featherback (Notopterus notopterus) is a fish in the family Notopteridae found in South and Southeast Asia. Although primarily found in freshwater, it has been known to enter brackish water. At present, it is the only member of its genus, but as currently defined it is likely a species complex.
Kangla is one of Indonesia’s endemic fish which has high economic value. High-fat content makes bronze featherback have a delicious and distinctive taste. In addition to the high-fat content, this fish also has high protein and vitamin A content.