Fish Species Extinct for 100 Years is Brought Back to Life

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  • The Greenback cutthroat trout was considered extinct in the 1930s due to overfishing and mining pollution.
  • According to Biologists from the Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the trout are naturally reproducing again.
  • Some of the naturally reproducing fish were documented in Herman Gulch, Colorado, in 2016.

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