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Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Fourth-graders Limhi Madrigal, left, and Kari Neklason look at rainbow trout eggs in a cup at Hawthorne Elementary School in Salt Lake City on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018. Thirty-three Utah school will receive approximately 200 eggs as part of Trout Unlimited's Trout in the Classroom program. The eggs, which were provided by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, will be placed in specially designed tanks where students can observe changes as the eggs develop into young fish. The students will help raise the fish and then release them into Utah bodies of water during field trips this spring.

Fourth-graders Limhi Madrigal, left, and Kari Neklason look at rainbow trout eggs in a cup at Hawthorne Elementary School in Salt Lake City on Monday. Thirty-three Utah schools will receive approximately 200 eggs as part of Trout Unlimited's Trout in the Classroom program. The eggs, which were provided by the Division of Wildlife Resources, will be placed in specially designed tanks where students can observe changes as the eggs develop into young fish. The students will help raise the fish and then release them into Utah bodies of water during field trips this spring.

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