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Longhead darter, a species thought to be locally extinct, rediscovered in the Ohio River, Ohio state in USA, for the first time since 1939. (@ohiodivisionofwildlife/Newsflash)

Rare Fish Species Thought Extinct Locally Rediscovered In Ohio River For 1st Time Since 1939

A little-known fish thought to be extinct locally has been rediscovered in the Ohio River for the first time since 1939. The rare fish, known as a Longhead darter (Percina macrocephala), is so rare that the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) does not even list its status, due…

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