Found: in many countries, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar and Pakistan. Prefer clear, fast rivers, and stray from the water only to sunbathe on the sandy banks. Food: They are almost exclusively fish-eaters, but the juveniles are deal with invertebrate prey such as insects, plus smaller vertebrates such as frogs. Lays eggs: 30 - 50 eggs (average of 37). Incubation period: 83 to 94 days. The size of the eggs in gharials is the largest for any crocodilian species.