Cutthroat trout face upstream swim against climate change

Summit Daily: Colorado's cutthroat trout live life on the edges, at high elevations and in isolated pockets other trout haven't been able to reach. It appears to have toughened them up, according to a recent study looking at climate change's impact on the species. Rising water temperatures, the Colorado State University study concludes, aren't impacting the indigenous fish like some of its non-native brothers. Results of the study, which included six streams in Summit County, indicate that the hardy fish......

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