Night Snorkeling for Coastal Cutthroat

No, it’s not a sport likely to replace hiking as the number one sport in Mount Rainier National Park, but a way for employee Ben Wright to assess fish populations in the park’s various waterways. T.U.’s Luca Adelphio accompanies the researchers and discovers something about how trout behave at night: “It was interesting to observe how comfortable trout are in the dark. These fish were sitting in the middle of pools and they seemed to have little fear of predation. “

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