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Cutthroat trout relocated to Big Horn Mountains

The scene could have been in a period film -- a handful of men wrapping rope around a mule to secure metal tanks to the saddle.

The mule was neighing. Water nearby was rushing. There was no motorized traffic for miles.

The mule then marched up a steep canyon, transporting the precious cargo.

Inside the 10-gallon metal tanks were water, ice and Yellowstone cutthroat trout.

LINK (via:The Ranger)

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