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Colorado’s State Fish, Once Considered Extinct, is Reproducing Naturally in Native Waters

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The greenback cutthroat trout, Colorado’s state fish, is reproducing in the wild again after a period where it was actually believed to have been lost. Presumptively listed as extinct in the 1930s, small populations were found in various parts of the state’s river systems, though they were thought of as hybrids. In 2012 along a […]

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