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Pearly razorfish (Xyrichtys novacula) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Pearly razorfish (Xyrichtys novacula) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Pearly razorfish (Xyrichtys novacula) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Pearly razorfish (Xyrichtys novacula) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Pearly razorfish (Xyrichtys novacula) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Flathead chub (Platygobio gracilis) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Flathead chub (Platygobio gracilis) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Flathead chub (Platygobio gracilis) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Flathead chub (Platygobio gracilis) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Gray redhorse (Moxostoma congestum) at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Gray redhorse (Moxostoma congestum) at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Gray redhorse (Moxostoma congestum) at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Blue sucker (Cycleptus elongatus) a New Mexico subspecies collected in the Black River. Only four are known left. Fish hasn’t been seen in the wild in seven years.

This animal may soon be reclassified as a separate subspecies. This was at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Blue sucker (Cycleptus elongatus) a New Mexico subspecies collected in the Black River. Only four are known left. Fish hasn’t been seen in the wild in seven years.

This animal may soon be reclassified as a separate subspecies. This was at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Blue sucker (Cycleptus elongatus) a New Mexico subspecies collected in the Black River. Only four are known left. Fish hasn’t been seen in the wild in seven years.

This animal may soon be reclassified as a separate subspecies. This was at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Blue sucker (Cycleptus elongatus) a New Mexico subspecies collected in the Black River. Only four are known left. Fish hasn’t been seen in the wild in seven years.

This animal may soon be reclassified as a separate subspecies. This was at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Longnose dace (Rhinichthys cataractae) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Longnose dace (Rhinichthys cataractae) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Longnose dace (Rhinichthys cataractae) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Longnose dace (Rhinichthys cataractae) at the Albuquerque BioPark Aquarium.

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Tamaulipas shiner (Notropis braytoni) at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Tamaulipas shiner (Notropis braytoni) at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Tamaulipas shiner (Notropis braytoni) at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Tamaulipas shiner (Notropis braytoni) at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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Tamaulipas shiner (Notropis braytoni) at the Albuquerque BioPark’s Aquatic Conservation Facility (ACF).

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