A Gentle Giant of a Catfish Fades From Sight

New York Times: The captain leaned heavily into his pole, nudging the boat’s nose off the sandy bank. As the boat swung into the swift current of the Mekong, he scrambled back behind the wheel, the engine roared, and we resumed our downstream journey toward Luang Prabang, Laos. After a few minutes, we motored through a section of river where the channel was flanked on both sides by knifelike boulders and outcrops. “That looks like a dragon’s back,” I said, pointing to an arching curve of rocky plates. Our......

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