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In the glacial waters of Mongolia's Uur River, biologist Zeb Hogan gazes at a taimen, the largest trout species in the world. Biologists Jake Vander Zanden, David Gilroy and Zeb Hogan, researchers from UW-Madison's department of limnology, are studying taimen in aid of an international conservation effort to preserve the endangered sport-fish.
Image credit: Brant Allen
Photo date: September 2004

A mountaintop view of Mongolia's pristine Eg-Uur river watershed, one of the last strongholds of healthy taimen populations. Biologists Jake Vander Zanden, David Gilroy and Zeb Hogan, researchers from UW-Madison's department of limnology, are studying taimen in aid of an international conservation effort to preserve the endangered sport-fish.
Image credit: Zeb Hogan
Photo date: June 2004
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