Study Looks At Whether Crowded Hatcheries Push Steelhead To Domestication, Smaller Body Size

A recent study hypothesizes that the reason crowding of steelhead in hatcheries quickens the pace of those fish to domesticate — lowering their fitness for survival and spawning in the wild — is due to a decline in overall length (mean fork length) to below a threshold for survival.

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