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  2. Zulkizuru says:May 03,  · America's Test Kitchen recommends soaking the salmon in a standard brine—one tablespoon of salt per cup of water—for just 10 minutes before cooking. That should minimize the amount of .
  3. Mull says:Salmon change color to attract a spawning mate. Pacific salmon use all their energy for returning to their home stream, for making eggs, and digging the nest. Most of them stop eating when they return to freshwater and have no energy left for a return trip to the ocean after spawning. After they die, other animals eat them (but people don't) or they decompose, adding nutrients.
  4. Kataur says:Pacific Salmon go on a one way trip to spawn. Once they start upstream they stop eating, but still need large amounts of energy to get up those turbulent cataracts. That energy has to come from somewhere, so their bodies strip off the body fat and starts to eat itself from within to supply the body with nutrients to complete the swim and spawning.
  5. Mukazahn says:May 20,  · Every year about million fish die in the salmon farms, about 20% of the total. Disease, parasites and even chemicals designed to treat them can all prove fatal.
  6. Zurn says:Sep 30,  · No. The salmon that are spawning and dying in September (and consequently attracting a lot of bears) are the same salmon that arrived in July. Nearly all sockeye salmon are done migrating into and through the Brooks River by the end of July, but they delay spawning until later in the year. This delay does impact the bears.
  7. Yogul says:Depending on the timing of the spawn, salmon may face multiple threats. Natural events can make things more difficult, too. In the summer of , floods in Alaska put the king salmon population at risk. Floods usually occur late in the year, after the salmon have spawned. Earlier flooding means that eggs already deposited could be washed away.
  8. Mashakar says:Around the world, the story is much the same: Global Atlantic salmon catches fell 80 percent from to In the United Kingdom, one-third of the salmon population is endangered according to the WWF, and in California and Oregon, the Pacific Fishery Management Council recently announced the strictest salmon fishing quotas in the region's history due to the animal's rapid decline [source.

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