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A trout can look and fo­cus out of both cor­ners of each eye si­mul­ta­ne­ously, mean­ing that it can see in al­most ev­ery di­rec­tion at once. There is far more ge­netic vari­a­tion in British wild brown trout than be­tween any hu­man pop­u­la­tions on the planet. Trout can live for up to 20 years, but few make it past year one. Trout get darker when be­ing ag­gres­sive, lighter when be­ing sub­mis­sive. In­tro­duced brown trout have been nat­u­ralised in Aus­tralia, New Zealand, the USA, Canada, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Zim­babwe, Malawi, Kenya, Kash­mir, Bhutan, the Falk­land, Chile and Ar­gentina.

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