The Balanggarra Rangers have been impressing scientists from the University of Queensland with their outstanding fish netting skills.
Rangers helped scientists gather information for a research project aimed at detecting the differences in DNA between small fish in Kimberley waterways.
Lindsay Rex, Leeroy Carlton and Joseph Johnstone worked with scientists to catch small fish including various species of Rainbow fish, Mouth Almighty, Eel Tail catfish, the Sooty Grunter and the Pointed-nose Sooty Grunter.
Samples from the fish were collected including fin clippings stored in preservatives, before they were taken back to the lab in Queensland for testing.
Fish for the DNA research project were collected from the Pentecost and King rivers.