life circle of Indian hilsa fish
Alaskan salmon head up river in the summer months because they are heading back to their spawning grounds. Last time they were there, they were not spawning, but hatching. Once the salmon spawn and lay eggs, they usually die around two weeks later.
When you are killed or arrested and then you come back to life, it in called re-spawning or just spawning.
They don't. they usually die immediately after spawning, so they don't even get a chance to. Atlantic salmon, however, don't die after spawning, but they are so exhausted after spawning that they go right back out to sea. The young act on their own instincts, which are very strong.
The book Life by the River is written by Janet Hudson. In this story the Blackfoot Indian tribe was hit with small pox and they fought their way back in rebuilding their tribe and they bounce back after the illness.
The sense that many wild animals rely on: instincts.
it's when you come back from the dead on the next round
Back River Light ended in 1936.
Back to the River was created on 2008-10-28.
Although salmon are born in freshwater rivers they spend their lives at sea. After spawning they spend a couple of years making their way down river to the sea. They then adapt to sea water and spend up to two years at sea before swimming back to the actual river they were spawned in. There they lay their eggs and die within two weeks, enriching the river with food for their young to repeat the cycle all over again.
Hold Back the River was created on 1990-03-11.
when a river winds back and forth, it is called meandering
Salmon die after spawning due to exhaustion and malnutrition. As most salmon are sea fish, the environment of the creeks and streams are poisonous to them and they are unable to feed as they swim up stream. By the time they get to the spawning grounds they have used up their stores of energy and cannot get back to the sea.
Salmon die after spawning due to exhaustion and malnutrition. As most salmon are sea fish, the environment of the creeks and streams are poisonous to them and they are unable to feed as they swim up stream. By the time they get to the spawning grounds they have used up their stores of energy and cannot get back to the sea. - got this from someone else not me :)
an island forms when river moves and then moves back
in my back garden
The buffalo is the back. The front is an Indian head.
The yellow river I'm thinking. (NOT! That answer back there is inaccurate)!
The Indian national flag was found or designed by Pingali Venkayya back in 1916.
The first use of the Indian rupee dates back to the 6th Century BC.
because when they reached Arkansas river, the mississppi river flowed south