Cambodian fisherman catches world's largest recorded freshwater fish

A giant stingray, the world’s largest recorded freshwater fish, was captured in the Mekong River in Cambodia on June 13. Researchers say the existence of a stingray this large is a hopeful sign for the area environmentally.

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