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With over a dozen recognized subspecies representing four major evolutionary/geographical groups, cutthroat trout vary wildly in size and looks. Some common Oncorhynchus ancestor likely migrated along the Pacific Coast and followed rivers deep into what is now the western United States 3–5 million...
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