The world's largest ever freshwater fish has been caught in Cambodia's Mekong River, according to US and Cambodian scientists.
The giant stingray measured almost four metres from snout to tail and weighed in at just under 300 kilograms (660 pounds).
The previous world record was a 293 kilos (646 pounds) Mekong giant catfish, caught in Thailand in 2005.
The stingray was snagged by a local fisherman on the night of 13 June, south of the town of Stung Treng.
Largest freshwater fish ever recorded caught in Cambodia

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