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Science News: Why are these salmon jumping?

ANDY CLARK/REUTERS/NEWSCOM By Joshua Rapp LearnJul. 13, 2018 , 4:00 PM Young sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) have a curious behavior: They jump up to 30 centimeters in the air, sometimes skimming along the surface for close to a meter using their tail fins, about nine times a day on average. They even do this when…

Posted: 2018-07-13 20:07:08

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