N.S. wild brook trout hold firm against millions of hatchery releases: study

N.S. wild brook trout hold firm against millions of hatchery releases: study

Scientists spent two years analyzing the genetics of 1,500 wild brook trout in 12 river systems and 200 hatchery-raised trout and found little intermixing. (Sean Landsman) Canadian scientists are “pleasantly surprised” by the results of a new study that found wild Nova Scotia brook trout have not interbred with […]

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