There's a new world record for the largest freshwater fish.
This giant stingray was caught in a river in Cambodia, it's nearly 13 feet long.
It weighs about 660 pounds, now the previous world record was a 646-pound catfish, and that was caught in Thailand back in 2005.
Scientists tagged the fish to study it, and then released it back into the water, which I was kind of surprised.
"When you see a fish this size, especially in freshwater, it's hard to comprehend, so I think all of our team was stunned.
The fishermen themselves said that it was the largest fish that they'd ever seen.
This catch is hopeful, you know, this big fish, it's not just a record.
The fact that the fish can still get this big is a hopeful sign for the Mekong River,
which recently, you know, the Mekong River is facing a lot of challenges, so the fact that these fish are still getting this big was a good sign."
Locals have nicknamed the record-breaking fish "full moon" because of its shape.
The fisherman who caught the fish also landed 600 payment for his catch.