Up Just One Creek

A rare Colorado trout may be even more elusive than previously thought, reports The New York Times' Green blog. The greenback cutthroat trout, which is the state fish of Colorado, was thought to live in five wild populations, but a recent study of current fish populations, preserved samples, and historical stocking records indicates that there is only one wild population of the trout, the Times says.

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