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The playwright Anton Chekhov, a keen angler, wrote a comic story in 1885 called The Burbot.
The Burbot has unusual biological requirements because it breeds in cold water.
For example we have to be sure they can swim fast enough to use the fish passes that the salmon use."We have mimicked the temperature of British waterways and have them in moving water." Mr Wellby said that although pollution probably killed off the Burbot 40 years ago in Britain, our waters were now cleaner than before.
He added: "I think it was probably pollution that led their decline and this was possibly helped by warmer water on rivers such as the Trent because of the heavy industry."Rivers are much cleaner now and we hope that global warming has not warmed up the rivers too much." Burbot are common in Europe and fans of TV's Ray Mears, the survival expert, will have seen him catch five of them after fishing through holes in the ice in Scandinavia.
From the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious and Immunologic Diseases, University of California Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, California (S. Data reporting the decreased effectiveness of metronidazole in the treatment of severe disease have been published.
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They will use these fish to breed from so they will have several generations of lab-bred fish to use for reintroduction.