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Pangasianodon Gigas

Kirk, Valerie


Woven tapestry The giant Mekong Catfish is under threat of extinction due to over-fishing and loss of habitat. It is beleived that the fish used to reach sizes over 3 metres, but the largest recorded catch to date is 2.7 metres – a monster fish caught in Thailand in 2005. As its fame and the mythology surrounding it increases, so does the number of game fishermen keen to land a record catch or earn a sizeable amount of money in the exotic food marketplace. However, the water flow of the...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2010-09-13
Type: Creative work
Source: NETS


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