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The upokororo, or New Zealand grayling (Prototroctes oxyrhynchus) Te Papa CC BYNC-ND 4.0

From fertiliser to phantom: DNA cracks a century-old mystery about New Zealand’s only extinct freshwater fish

Historical accounts show the upokororo was once common in rivers across the country. It’s now officially extinct, but is there a chance survivors could still be found in remote waterways?

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