U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists Adam Kaeser, left, and Frank Parauka weigh a Gulf sturgeon that they caught April 5, 2012, near Milton, Florida as part of a study to determine the impacts of the BP oil spill on the ancient fish species.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists Adam Kaeser, left, and Frank Parauka weigh a Gulf sturgeon that they caught April 5, 2012, near Milton, Florida as part of a study to determine the impacts of the BP oil spill on the ancient fish species. AP
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists Adam Kaeser, left, and Frank Parauka weigh a Gulf sturgeon that they caught April 5, 2012, near Milton, Florida as part of a study to determine the impacts of the BP oil spill on the ancient fish species. AP

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