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Salmon - WorldLife Library Series

by John M. Baxter

Voyageur Press, 72 pages, Size: 9 x 10, Softcover, Pub Year: 2000

The life cycle of the salmon is a remarkable story of survival. Their amazing feat of migration from freshwater streams to saltwater oceans and back again is one of the great wonders and mysteries of the natural world.

In this authoritative book, John Baxter uncovers the origins, migratory instincts, and life histories of the seven salmon species found around the world: the Atlantic, chinook, coho, sockeye, masu, pink, and chum. He also explores the many conservation issues facing salmon today, which are declining because of pollution, overfishing, and changes to river habitats.

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