Dinosaur-Era Fish Making Comeback in Texas

Texas project involving the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will reintroduce paddlefish to Caddo Lake.
3:00 | 03/06/14

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A paddle fish that used alert deep below -- Texas lake that turned out prized caviar is making a comeback. The paddle fish had been around since the dinosaur era -- and cattle lake. But we're nearly wiped out of existence back in the 1950s due to changes made in the lakes ecosystem. It's not clear if any remain in the late today but now fifty paddle fish are being set free -- -- cattle lake. And the fish will be monitored to see if they can survive the -- but allies ecosystem. Students are helping scientists and researchers with the paddle fish project. -- fish can grow to be seven feet long and 200 pounds.

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