July 8, 2022
Source: The Washington Post
Big fish sightings appear to have spiked around the world: In the last year-and-a-half, there have been reports of a 661-pound, record-breaking stingray in Cambodia, a 240-pound lake sturgeon outside Detroit and a 100-pound opah fish on the Oregon coast. As these fish show up in unexpected places, experts say climate change may be helping drive this trend.
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