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Arctic grayling

Arctic grayling are native to Alaska and northwestern Canada, and can also be found in parts of Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming. They are relatively small with a gray or silvery appearance and small dark spots near the head. Their most distinguishing feature is a large dorsal fin - with its base equal to or longer than its head. This pronounced dorsal fin is curved and sweeping with blue or violet spots. Arctic grayling often feed on the surface.
  • Arctic grayling
    Thymallus arcticus