Yes, steelhead trout are a type of trout that live most of their life in the ocean. After hatching in fresh water, stealhead trout travel to the ocean in order to feed and live, usually living there for 2-3 years. However, they are anadromous, and thus return to their original breeding ground at multiple (if they survive) times in their life in order to reproduce. Interestingly enough, steelhead trout and the freshwater rainbow trout are the same species, but depending on their habitat they develop and look differently from one another.
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