Freshwater Giants

This is such a huge fish found in the deep sea - even meeting with them would not wish, perhaps, to anyone.

Cambodian comes face to face with a giant fish Barb Tonle Sap River near Phnom Penh.

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Fishermen of Tonle Sap Kmbodzhi catch on about 9 adults giant Barbov every year, which makes this region one of the last places on Earth where you can see these impressive freshwater.

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A man swims in an aquarium with adult giant arapaima in Manaus, Brazil. This giant is one of the largest freshwater fish in the world. Some individuals reach a length of more than 3 meters and weigh more than 180 kg. In recent years due to intensive fishing, arapaima have become rare in the world.

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Tourists walk past stuffed paddlefish in the exhibition at the Research Institute for Fisheries in the Yangtze River in Jingzhou, China. This endangered species living in the Yangtze River in China and is a contender for the title of the largest freshwater fish in the world.

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Couple sturgeon swims in the aquarium of Beijing in China. 5-meter fish weighing up to half a ton and are the largest freshwater sturgeon and the largest in the world.

Boy posing with a giant Barbie on the Tonle Sap River. The biggest Barb caught when a fisherman on the river, reaching 3 meters in length.

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A man holding a newborn giant ramp

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Giant stingrays like this are found in the Mekong River in Cambodia.

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Cambodian and giant catfish on the river Tonle Sap. Fishermen caught this instance, which weighed about 230 kg, as a by-catch in stationary net bag. He was later released.

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The giant Eurasian trout, also known as the trout, known for its voracious appetite. It eats everything from fish to ducks and muskrats. This 1, 5 meter specimen was found on the banks of the Eg-Uur river in northern Mongolia, after the death by suffocation. Strangled sturgeon his own kinsman, 1 meter, which ate the greedy poor guy.

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Source: www.nationalgeographic.com

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