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Shockingly Short Trout Info

on January 13, 2017

     This week, the trout are still fingerlings.  There are 159 trout still alive in the tank.  Their Parr Marks are making it even more easy to tell them apart.  They also got a lot bigger than they were.  Their fins have grown so much.  They’re also getting fat.  They have been eating some fishy flakes.  The trout have grown so much over the time that I have visited.

Look at all the trout!

 


4 Responses to “Shockingly Short Trout Info”

  1. krock950 says:

    Hi Summer, I like that you put a picture of the brook trout in 2nd grade. I wish that you would have wrote a little bit about them below or above the picture. I wonder who else took some trout pictures?!

    Please come and comment on my blog!!! ;)http://blog.elanco.org/Krock950/

  2. reicha283 says:

    Hey Summer it’s Courtney. I like that you wrote how many trout are still alive. Are there only about 159 trout left? Maggie said that about 180 are still alive. Please come to my blog: http://blog.elanco.org/reicha283/

    Have a cake filled day 🙂

  3. Mr. Zimmerman says:

    Great picture! It is neat to see their current size and watch them grow. What are their Parr marks?

  4. rodney jones says:

    Hi Summer, Thanks for your post, especially the picture. Would you please tell Mrs. Whitson that I would like to come and visit in March? Do you know how long she will keep them?

    Keep Blogging.

    Mr. Jones

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