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>The tail (caudal fin) and other fins are reduced and eroded on the tips. These fins can be severely eroded until they are no more than a nub. This occurs from the trout constantly rubbing against the sides of the holding tank or raceway where they live their life in the hatchery. Fins can also erode from rubbing up against other trout, which happens constantly in the densely populated hatchery environment. When the hatchery trout’s fins become eroded, they are also more susceptible to bacteria and fungus in the water that erodes them even further.
Eat it > get powers > be fish
That’s a brood stock hatchery bow. Tails are eroded from rubbing on the concrete lens in the hatchery their entire life. It’s pretty sad tbh
Stocker. Go after some wilds. Those zombies in the hatchery water shouldn’t even exist.
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