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Where is the brown bullhead fish found in saskatchewan?



A. Greenwater lake, sk
B. Southern saskatchewan
C. Alberta
D. U.S.A.

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Asked by Td, Last updated: Dec 05, 2017

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L. Liliass

L. Liliass

Answered on Sep 22, 2017

Brown bullhead fish in Saskatchewan, Canada is normally located in the southern region of the province. Saskatchewan is a prairie and boreal province in the western side of Canada. This area is known to be the only province in Canada that does not have any natural borders. Brown bullhead fish is also known as the following: Brown catfish, bullhead, catfish, common catfish, common bullhead, horned pout, marbled bullhead, mudcat, Northern Brown Bullhead and Red Cat.

They can grow up to 14 inches in length and weigh between 1 to 2 pounds. Aside from Southern Saskatchewan, Brown bullhead fish can also be found on the fresh waters of central and eastern North America, Missouri, Texas, western North America and some parts of Europe.

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td

Td

Answered on Aug 25, 2017

Southern saskatchewan
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