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Salmon's Critical Sense of Smell in Danger

News   Dec 19, 2018 | Original Story by Michelle Ma for the University of Washington.

 
Salmon's Critical Sense of Smell in Danger

This is the head of an adult coho salmon. Credit: Andy Dittman/Northwest Fisheries Science Center.

 
 
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