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  1. Caspian Brown Trout One of the largest forms of trout. Habitat - the Caspian Sea basin. Prefers water with high oxygen content. The main food of young Caspian brown trout are crustaceans, aquatic and airborne insects and their larvae. Adults feed on fish. Bodywise, Caspian brown trout are closer to salmon. The color of the body is silver, the back is dark. The sides and head of the Caspian brown trout are covered with dark gray specks. The average weight of an adult individual is about 10 kg with a body length of up to 130 cm
  2. Brown trout Brown trout inhabits many rivers of the European part of Russia. Usually it is found in those water bodies, where saltwater and lake trout species may get. It feeds on small crustaceans, insects, tadpoles and fish fry. brown trout is characterized by its bright color. Its back is black, its belly is light with golden tinge. On its sides and fins, there are black, orange and red spots with light rims. The color and its intensity depends on the color of the water and the soil. The usual weight of an adult fish is from 300 to 500 g, but there are specimens weighing up to 1 or 2 kg.
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