Fifty shades of green 

A once-forsaken fish surfaces at the center of a war between environmentalists and nature-lovers

At first glance, the story of the greenback cutthroat trout seems sadly typical. Olive-gold and speckled, with a white underbelly that turns sensuous red when it's spawning, the fish was once one in a handful of subspecies of cutthroat native to Colorado,…

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