In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- All the pieces are coming together and it's such a strong weight of evidence that sea lice from the fish farms are hurting the wild pink salmon.
- Another effect of the bears is reflected in the dorsal humps of male sockeye and pink salmon: they are smaller than the humps of salmon not exposed to bears.
- A thousand or more pink salmon are here in this Alaskan river, stacked one on the other in a tight school.
- The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, estimates nearly 2 million pink salmon will navigate nearby waters and return to Puget Sound streams this summer, providing ample fishing opportunities.
- Catches of pink salmon peaked in the 1940s but after statehood was achieved, management techniques improved and fish traps were outlawed.
- Petrov, the kitchen boy who came with us could sometimes catch huge pink salmon and other types of fish for Olga to cook for us.
- In 1988 the Alaska Department of Fish and Game was expecting that, of all the pink salmon spawned in Southeast Alaska, 38 million would return.
- Although pink salmon and herring catches peaked in the two years immediately following the spill, the two fisheries have since collapsed.
- Instead, the fisheries department opted to shut some - but not all - of the salmon farms in the area, to open a ‘migration route’ for the wild pink salmon.
- Fish like pink salmon also experience stunted growth and other physical deformities many years after the accident.
- The Alaskans countered that the sockeye landings were a permissible bycatch that unavoidably occurred while fishing for less-valuable pink salmon.
- Arctic cod, arctic char, arctic cisco, arctic lamprey, pink salmon, and chum salmon are some common species of fish found in the ecozone.
- The Council stated that the best option to ensure a low risk to out-migrating juvenile pink salmon in the spring of 2003 would be to empty all salmon farms of potentially lice-bearing adult salmon.
- Alexandra Morton is again out on her boat sampling sea lice for the third year in a row, as the new generation of juvenile pink salmon are exiting the inlets.
- Several species, including white sturgeon, pink salmon, chum salmon, coho salmon, and sockeye salmon, come inland to spawn.
- If you're standing at the fish counter puzzled by what's a wild fish and what's farmed, remember this rule: Sockeye salmon, keta salmon, and pink salmon - all Pacific species - are always wild.
- Some of the species that enter freshwater to spawn are western brook lamprey, pacific lamprey, river lamprey, green sturgeon, white sturgeon, pink salmon, chum salmon, coho salmon, and sockeye salmon.
- Previous analyses of linkage in pink salmon, O. gorbuscha, involved a small number of matings.
- Tourists jam Glendale Lodge in Knight Inlet, British Columbia, every fall to witness grizzlies feeding on pink salmon migrating upriver to spawn.
- North Shore residents are among those who took part in a rally Friday in Vancouver urging the fisheries department to close all salmon farms in the Broughton Archipelago while pink salmon are migrating through the area.
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