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Feds Spending $175,000 to Observe ‘Swimming Abilities’ of Fish

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Feds Spending $175,000 to Observe ‘Swimming Abilities’ of Fish

The Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) will spend $175,000 for a study on the “swimming abilities” of fish in the Northern Rockies, the agency announced on Thursday.
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The FWS, a bureau within the Department of the Interior, will award a grant for the study that will produce a “fish swimming video.”

The grant announcement, entitled “Cooperative Research Program on the Swimming Abilities of Native Stream Fishes in the Northern Rockies-Upper Great Plains Regions of Montana,” estimated the project’s cost at $175,000.

Montana State University’s (MSU) Department of Ecology will administer the study in conjunction with the FWS Bozeman Fish Technology Center in Montana.

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