Rescuers Plan To Kidnap Rare Fish

National Public Radio: A remote pond in the largest old-growth forest in New England is home to one of just a dozen populations of blueback char in the United States. But the trout-like fish have been nearly wiped out by non-native fish illegally introduced to the pond. Now Maine biologists are mounting a rescue operation to capture the pond's few remaining bluebacks for safekeeping until they can remove the invasive smelt. ...

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