The Desert Pupfish is a species of bony fish native to the United States and Mexico and is listed as vulnerable.
Reasons for vulnerable status - Habitat destruction, habitat fragmentation, non-native fish, water pollution.
Conservation efforts - They live in aquariums, and recovery programs have been successful.
Desert Pupfish Facts -
Science Name: Cyprinodon macularius
Size: 7.62 cm
Native Locations: Mexico, United States
Lifespan: 1 - 3 years
Conservation status: Vulnerable (VU)
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