Animal Description Brown Trout are cold blooded animals. Their average weight is 2 pounds. Their average length is 13 to 16 inches long. The most distinguishing characteristics of the brown trout include large black or sometimes reddish-orange spots with a pale border on the sides of the fish. These spots are modified Xs when the fish is large.
habitat Brown Trout live in fresh water, rivers, streams, and lakes. They migrate to streams. They migrate to streams to spawn. Brown trout spawn in late autumn at the gravelly headwaters of streams.
Food A brown trout is a carnivore. The food of an adult brown trout includes terrestrial and aquatic insects. It also includes worms crayfish, and fish.
Protection Brown trout bury there eggs to protect them from sun light, as well as other factors like oxygen level.
Unique Characteristics The brown trout is born in eggs. A female brown trout has an average of 2,000 eggs. The young are called fry. They have green or blue tails when they spawn.
Problems The brown trout is endangered but it still has other problems. Acid rain changes the ph in mountain streams and in turn kills life which brown trout need to survive.
Conclusion I kind of didn’t like the brown trout. I didn’t like it, because there was really nothing interesting about it.