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July 26, 2007

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Heat Wave Kills Montana Grayling

Northwestern Montana’s Rogers Lake has been the brood waters for most of the state’s arctic grayling since about the middle of the 20th century. But now, with thousands of dead fish littering the surface, killed by 80-degree water temperatures, officials may need to find a colder, deeper brood-stock lake. Read the report here.

Comments

Al G

Wow, global warming is really fast! It happens almost every year during the summer! We gotta do something about this! How about we stiffle World growth and lower our carbon footprints!

wow good idea why hasnet any one thought of that before




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