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World’s Biggest Stingray

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Oz and a few Thai fishermen crouched in the water, getting ready to lift the big whipray up. Zeb Hogan and a Thai fisherman are holding the ray's tail up.

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There are reports of river rays in Thailand and Australia growing up to 16 ft. and 1,300 lbs., prompting fish biologist Zeb Hogan to brave their 15-inch poisonous barbs and sharks to prove that these rays could be the largest freshwater fish on the planet

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