In the Great Lakes, legend says trout grew coats of fur to stay warm in the cold depths. In the Colorado River, folklore says it was because of hair tonic being dumped in the water. In Iceland, they are a scourge sent to punish humankind for their wicked ways.
As fantastic as it sounds, it turns out the mythical fur-bearing trout is no jackalope – they actually exist.
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Photo credit: George Weber