There are a variety of fish species which have adapted to live in caves. Probably most notable among them are the cavefish, of the family Amblyopsidae, which lack functional eyes and pigmentation (both are unnecessary traits for the permanent dark of caves). Fish in general, however, are not specifically attracted to caves — only a handful of species are actually specially adapted to live in them. Your everyday trout is not going to like a cave instead of it’s usual stream habitat.
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