Sturgeon Slowly Re-Emerge in Great Lakes
"What we see today is a living relic of the dinosaur age, That's another reason we should handle them with care."
- Bruce Manny, a fishery biologist at the U.S. Geological Survey center in Michigan
Toledo, Idaho - Sturgeon -- prized for its caviar and smoked meat -- are slowly starting to make a comeback in areas where water quality has improved. The fish, which are protected in just about every state where they're found, were overfished and nearly disappeared in the early 1900s.