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Free Fish
Many native fish are highly migratory and will move into small headwaters to mate and lay eggs. Dams and culverts can block their movements.

The wood frog uses glucose in its blood as a sort of antifreeze, protecting vital organs from damage while the rest of the body freezes solid.

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