The largest in the world! Villagers catch a giant stingray weighing 300 kilograms in the Mekong River.

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The largest in the world! Villagers caught ‘Stingray’ weighing 300 kilograms, length 4 meters, showing up on the Mekong River. Scientists point to the world’s largest freshwater fish As far as the statistics have been recorded

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On June 21, 65, Reuters reported on June 20 that Cambodian villagers caught giant freshwater “stingrays” from the Mekong River. Which scientists say is the world’s largest “freshwater fish”. as far as the statistics have been recorded. with a weight of up to 300 kg

such stingrays which was named “Borami” in Cambodian language that means “Full Moon” from a large round shape It measures up to 4 meters in length from the tip of the tail to the scientists equipped with electronic tracking devices. before releasing it back to nature

Zeb Ogan, biologist, former host of the “Monster Fish” show. “National Geographic”, which is now part of the Mekong River Conservation Project Given that it is exciting because it is the largest fish in the world.

The “borami” fish were caught last week off Koh Phra, an island on the northern Mekong River in Cambodia. It breaks the record for a giant catfish caught in the upper Mekong upstream of Thailand in 2005 at 295 kg.

According to information from the Mekong River Commission It states that the Mekong River is the third most diverse fish species in the world.

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