Cutthroat Pop. Plummets to 750

gbEven more endangered than the elusive tree octopus, there are now less than 750 native greenback cutthroat living in the wild. The last pack of hanging-ons inhabits a remote, high-gradient stream that the conservation-focused Colorado Greenbacks organization is working to protect.

Via the Greenbacks: "Through January of 2014 we're running an Indiegogo Project with an ambitious goal of raising $10,000 dollars to help us fund conservation related projects, and community outreach and education."

More info on the 1of750 campaign, here.

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