Jul 3, 2022

Scientists Release a Rare Giant Stingray Caught in Cambodia’s Mekong River

A freshwater stingray that weighed 400 pounds was caught by fishermen in Cambodia in the Mekong River.

It is one of Southeast Asia’s rarest animals and measured 13-feet-long and was living almost 250 feet below the surface of the river.

Researchers were able to rescue the stingray and release it safely into the river.

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