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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- Resident orcas are fish-eaters with a strong preference for salmon, timing their movements within their territories with salmon runs.
- Environmental groups, which want the Scottish Executive to move fish farms away from salmon runs, said it was too early to draw firm conclusions on a permanent recovery.
- The inhabitants of the Outer Hebrides, along with many others in Scotland, see their illegal harvesting of local salmon runs as their heritable right.
- Record salmon runs have been recorded in Norway, Scotland and other European countries following recent drift-net bans.
- You don't perhaps get the salmon runs that Ireland still enjoys but the streams of Jutland still get good runs at certain periods of the year.
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