Yellowstone Cutthroat "Not Going to Hell in a Handbasket"

Despite the fact that pure yellowstone cutthroat populations continue to decline, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife study shows that the rate of that decline has decreased in the past five years. But according to Matthew Brown of the Associated Press, “Of 383 distinct populations of the fish, more than half were at a moderate to high risk of being hybridized, the study found.”

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