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Cambodian lands world record freshwater catch

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The world's largest ever freshwater fish has been caught in Cambodia's Mekong River, according to U.S and Cambodian scientists. The giant stingray measured almost four metres (13 feet) from snout to tail and weighed in at a fraction under 300 kilograms (661 pounds). The previous world record was a 293 kilos (646 pounds) Mekong giant catfish, recorded in Thailand in 2005.

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