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Warner Sucker

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The Warner sucker is a small fish that lives only in the Warner Basin of southeastern Oregon. With its habitat drying up, the fish is struggling to survive. The introduction of non-native game fish in the 1970s added to the fish’s troubles.

First Broadcast: 1992
Producer: Jim Newman

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