Three-spined stickleback

Small carnivorous fish reaching about 10 centimeters in length and feeding on gastropods, larvae, fish eggs, fry. This species is very sensitive to pollution and its presence is therefore an indicator of water quality, unfortunately its diffusion today is limited to only a few springs. During the breeding season males develop a bright red belly and build a nest in which many females will lay their eggs.

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