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As recently as 2008 the tiny Moapa Dace, a fish native to Southern Nevada, was on the brink of extinction. But, through efforts to improve habitat and eliminate non-native predators, the fish is making a strong comeback. We'll talk with the manager of the Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge about why the little fish is doing well now and what it will take to ensure it survives in the future.
 
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Amy LaVoie, Refuge Manager, Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge

 

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