“The old stories go like this: In 1992, Yem Yun caught a 220-pound Mekong giant Catfish. How big was it? So big, his boat nearly collapsed. So big, no one dared to buy it, so Yun cut it up and dried it out and the entire village feasted for a week. Or: When Sok Chetra was young, the fish in the lake were so plentiful they jumped into her boat … The new stories are like this one, shouted from the water by a passing fisherman: ‘I’m concerned that if there are no fish, I will not eat.'” Eater on the threats to the world’s food chains, as seen in one lake. When There Are No More Fish.

+ Do fish feel pain? And if so, then what?