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Officials work to expand cutthroat population

Officials work to expand cutthroat population

By Brett Prettyman The Salt Lake TribuneUpdated Nov 10, 2010 06:16PM MDT

The debate about which kind of cutthroat exist on a short stretch of Beaver Creek on the east side of Utah’s LaSal Mountains could linger for decades, but state wildlife officials are working to protect and expand the population regardless.Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) officials announced in the spring of 2009 that a small population of the greenback cutthroat trout, a fish listed as threatened on the Endangered Species List, had been confirmed through DNA testing of samples collect...
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