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        Unique Species of Kentucky's Green River

        In this KET video from "Kentucky's Last Great Places", take a trip on the pristine Green River to find out why it has remained so clean despite the widespread pollution of the modern age. Scientists demonstrate how the health of the river can be measured by indicator species, such as mussels and crayfish, and showcase some of the global endemics-species that exist nowhere else-found in the Green River, such as the orangefin darter.

         

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        This media asset was adapted from Kentucky Life: Program 1010, "Kentucky's Last Great Places".

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