In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(en presas, cascadas etc) escala de peces feminine
- City officials proposed using the revenue to cover the cost of removing 620 miles of road, building fish ladders, and other environmental protections.
- A fish ladder was built into the 29-foot-high dam.
- Dams prevent upstream migration of adult salmon, but this can be overcome to some extent by the construction of fish ladders in which the salmon jump up a long series of waterfalls.
- With farmers' cooperation, fish ladders were improved, five dams were removed entirely, and alternate water sources were found for some irrigators.
- We also have constructed fish ladders and we developed quite a few parks for the public to come and see, and learn about the potential of the river restoration.
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