Have you ever seen thousands of big fish swimming in a small stream

Have you ever seen thousands of big fish swimming in a small stream

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Have you ever seen thousands of big fish swimming in a small stream? How would you feel if you knew that these fish were magic ? In Thanh Hoa Province’s Cam Luong Commune it is believed that such a school of ‘sacred fish’ exists and they can be visited by the public. Back to school: Fish start their day early and go back to the cave at 5-6pm every day. The stream that is home to the ‘sacred fish’ is about 100m long and up to 4m wide. The water in the stream is clear, clean and stays cool year-round. Although I heard ample (phong phu) amounts of stories about the fish, I was shocked when I finally saw them with my own eyes . Thousands of fish swam around like it was recess. The smallest fish were probably 2kg and the larger ones were probably closer to 10kg. A woman standing next to me claimed that a few years ago, residents often saw fish that were 20kg. “The fish here are very friendly. In the past, when not so many people visited, we often played with them,” said Ha Thi Sau, a local resident. “The stream is our main source of water. We take water from here for washing, cooking and
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course OTHER 101433 taught by Professor Songjue during the Spring '11 term at RMIT Vietnam.

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