<p><br> According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, about 40 percent of American freshwater fish and amphibian species, including this red-sided dace, are classified as being at risk.</p>

Red-Sided Dace


According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, about 40 percent of American freshwater fish and amphibian species, including this red-sided dace, are classified as being at risk.

Photograph by George Grall

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