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Posted
12/07/2016
Pahrump Poolfish on the Brink of Extinction (3:44)
Partners: Nevada Department of Wildlife, Nevada Division of State Parks, Las Vegas Springs Preserve, the Bureau of Land Management, and private partners


Overview

There is a rare species of desert fish fighting for its survival in a fresh water pond in the desert landscape of southern Nevada—the Pahrump poolfish.

Last updated: March 6, 2017