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A woman feeds fish at Conservation Fisheries, a rare fish propagation center in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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Spotted darter (Etheostoma maculatum) from the Elk River, West Virginia, population. (IUCN: Near Threatened)

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Spotted darter (Etheostoma maculatum) from the Elk River, West Virginia, population. (IUCN: Near Threatened)

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Spotted darter (Etheostoma maculatum) from the Elk River, West Virginia, population. (IUCN: Near Threatened)

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A vulnerable (IUCN) holiday darter (Etheostoma brevirostrum).

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A vulnerable holiday darter (Etheostoma brevirostrum).

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A mobile logperch (Percina kathae) from the Conasauga River.

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A mobile logperch (Percina kathae) from the Conasauga River.

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Part of a smoky madtom’s (Noturus baileyi) fin is clipped so that its DNA can be tested to determine genetic diversity in the wild.

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A crew from the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute uses electro shocker nets to collect and survey declining freshwater species in the Conasauga River in Tennessee.

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An Alabama hogsucker (Hypentelium etowanum) collected in the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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A mussel biologist holds a stripe-necked musk turtle (Sternotherus minor peltifer) in the Conasauga River, Tennessee.

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An Alabama hogsucker (Hypentelium etowanum) collected in the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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Cattle graze alongside the Conasagua River in Tennessee.

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A mobile logperch (Percina kathae) in the Conasauga River, Tennessee.

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A blue shiner (Cyprinella caerulea) in the Conasauga River, Tennessee. (US: Threatened; IUCN: Vulnerable)

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A Conasauga or reticulate logperch (Percina jerkins). This critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered fish is facing extinction; an estimated 200-400 remain, and are restricted to a 30-mile stretch of the Conasauga River in Tennessee and Georgia.

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A Conasauga or reticulate logperch (Percina jerkins). This critically endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered fish is facing extinction; an estimated 200-400 remain, and are restricted to a 30-mile stretch of the Conasauga River in Tennessee and Georgia.

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An Alabama shiner (Cyprinella callistia) taken from the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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Tricolor shiners (Cyprinella trichroistia) taken from the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tenessee.

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A vulnerable (IUCN) and federally-threatened blue shiner (Cyprinella caerulea) taken from the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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A vulnerable (IUCN) and federally-threatened blue shiner (Cyprinella caerulea) taken from the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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A bronze darter (Percina palmaris) taken from the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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A bronze darter (Percina palmaris) taken from the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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A riffle minnow (Phenacobius catostomus) taken from the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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A banded sculpin (Cottus carolinae) taken from the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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A southern Vietnamese box turtle (Cuora picturata). (IUCN: Critically Endangered)

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A greenbreast darter (Etheostoma jordani) collected in the Conasauga River near Conasauga, Tennessee.

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A vulnerable Parker’s snake-necked turtle (Chelodina parkeri).

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An endangered southeast Asian big-headed turtle (Platysternon megacephalum megacephalum).

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