Study: Wrong fish used to save species

This is Further Proof that things are not always done the correct way. Tsk Tsk!

These undated photos provided by the Colorado Division of Wildlife, show the endangered greenback cutthroat trout, left, and the Colorado River cutthroat trout. In a report released by the University of Colorado on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007, researchers say five of nine populations of fish believed to be endangered greenback cutthroat were actually the more common Colorado River cutthroat trout. Federal and state biologists have stocked the wrong fish for more than two decades. (AP Photos/Colorado Division of Wildlife)AP – A 20-year government effort to restore the population of an endangered native trout in Colorado has made little progress because biologists have been stocking some of the waterways with the wrong fish, a new study says.

Study: Wrong fish used to save species (AP)

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