Are there a lot of fish in the Los Angeles river?

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    According to a 2008 study, there are several types of fish in the Los Angeles River: mosquitofish, tilapia, green sunfish, fathead minnow, carp, black bullhead, Amazon sailfin catfish, and largemouth bass.  The largest population appears to be the mosquitofish, while the smallest is the largemouth bass.  Apparently, the study also found that the fish are likely safe to eat, with levels of mercury occurring below advisory levels.

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    There have been several species documented in the Los Angeles River. Some include: rainbow trout, arroyo chub, and the three spined stickleback. Fish located in the river back in 2007 included the mosquitofish, tilpia, green sunfish, fathead minnow, carp, black bullhead, and amazon sailfin catfish.

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