World’s largest freshwater fish found in Cambodia’s Mekong river, weighs 300 kg

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The length of this fish caught on June 13 is said to be 13 feet. It is being told that a local fisherman has caught this fish near a place called Stung Trang. When the fisherman caught this fish, he was also surprised to see its size.

The world’s biggest freshwater fish has been caught from the Mekong River in Cambodia. For your information, let us tell you that this is a huge stingray fish, whose weight is being told about 300 kg. According to the researchers, it is the largest freshwater fish in the world ever recorded.

According to the information, the length of this fish caught on June 13 is said to be 13 feet. It is being told that a local fisherman has caught this fish near a place called Stung Trang. It is being said that when the fisherman caught this fish, he was also surprised to see its size, after which he informed the scientists about it.

Scientists said, the previous record for the largest freshwater fish was in the name of a 293 kg giant catfish (record from a 293 kg giant catfish). This fish was caught in Thailand in 2005. It is being told that this giant 4 meter long stingray fish was released back into the river after applying an electronic tag, so that the researchers could keep an eye on its movement and behavior.

Biologist Zeb Hogan says that, ‘This is very exciting news, because it is the world’s largest freshwater fish.’ It is being told that Jeb used to host the show ‘Monster Fish’ on the National Geographic Channel. Along with this, they are part of the river conservation project.

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