It is official, the famed two mouthed trout that was caught in Nebraska back in December got that way as the result of an injury rather than as the result of genetic mutation. I am sure this is a great relief to all those who enjoy an occasional meal of corn husker trout from Holmes Lake near Lincoln.
"A muscle in the trout's mouth was severed in the past, causing thin membranes between the lower jaw bone and the floor of the mouth to split, the researcher said."
Here is a link to the article that tells the story at Fortwayne.com
I really feel like there has to be a t-shirt slogan somewhere in this story.