Does the existence of two-headed trout mean things are just fine in Southern Idaho's waterways?
According to The New York Times, that's more or less the conclusion drawn by the J. R. Simplot mining company, which commissioned a study including photos of two-headed trout spawned from fish caught in Southern Idaho creeks.
Originally posted by jordanfutchy
Two headed beast occur in nature all the time. If they had found more than one I would become concerned. Not that tptb probably don't poison us. I just don't think this is evidence of that.