The National Marine Fisheries Service is taking public comment on a plan to boost populations of the smalltooth sawfish, which was added to the federal endangered species list in 2003. The largest numbers of smalltooth sawfish left in the United States live in Southwest Florida and the Florida Keys. The NMFS plan focuses on public education and research.

Courtesy of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

The National Marine Fisheries Service is taking public comment on a plan to boost populations of the smalltooth sawfish, which was added to the federal endangered species list in 2003. The largest numbers of smalltooth sawfish left in the United States live in Southwest Florida and the Florida Keys. The NMFS plan focuses on public education and research.

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