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A white person's hand holds a golden shiner (Notemigonus crysoleucas) in Tyson Research Center, Missouri.

We buy and use fishing baits based on many things, and a lot of times small baitfish just get lumped together into the family we collectively call “minnows.” But learning a little more about a specific kind of these diminutive fish could pay off, because one of the most irresistible patterns found in nature is […]

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