Friday, December 23, 2005
**Update Twin Mouthed Trout Heads To Harvard
Here is an update to the story from earlier this week about a fish with two mouths that was recently caught in Lincoln, Nebraska. It seems the old boy won't be entirely eaten after all. Instead he (well his severed head) has been accepted into Harvard. The ivy league university is going to study the fish in an effort to determine if the second jaw is the result of an injury or a genetic deformity. After being studied the now famous salmonid will go on display at the prestigious center of learning. The body, which remains in Nebraska with the angler who caught it, will still be smoked and eaten.