The largest freshwater fish in the world was caught off Cambodia

The largest freshwater fish in the world was caught off Cambodia

Cambodia caught the world's largest freshwater fish

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Near Cambodia, in the Mekong River, fishermen caught a giant stingray. The New York Times tells about it.

The fish should look like Urogymnus polylepis – the majestic freshwater stingrays. Її vaga – 300 kg. Behind the data of biologist Zeb Hogan, there is a record for the average freshwater fish. The catfish, which was caught in Thailand in 2005, was important 7 kg less.

The fishermen themselves told a friend about their catch, shards of wine and yogo the team practiced over the zahist of water

The velvet fish was commemorated with a hydroacoustic tag and let out. 36 underwater outbuildings have been installed on the rivers now.

While setting a light record is not of great scientific importance, Dr. Vіn spodіvaєtsya, scho tse vіdkrittya tells the local residents about the uniqueness of the river and the need for її zahistu.

Pidgotuvav: Sergiy Daga