Mekong Giant Catfish

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The Mekong River is muddy year-round, so getting clear shots of fish in the water is difficult. For this picture, I asked the boy to find a small glass jar and fill it with rain water. Then, we collected redtail botia (Botia modesta) from a nearby net, and using the jar, we made a mini-aquarium.

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Photograph by Zeb Hogan, National Geographic Conservation Trust, University of California, Davis
 
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