A Long Time Ago People Believed That These Weird Animals Existed

Fur-Bearing Trout


The myth of the fur-bearing trout originated with early settlers of some of North America’s colder locales, who wrote home to their family of the strange, “furried” fish and animals they encountered. Another legend stated that species of fur-bearing trout evolved after four jugs of hair tonic were accidentally spilled into the Arkansas River in Colorado during the 1870s.

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