They can migrate as far as Greenland before returning to native rivers in Canada
Answer2: In addition to the above comment, I read a very interesting article about the salmon. In order to breed many salmon species swim upstream, facing turbulent waters along the way. Instead of being overwhelmed by the rough water these fish actually take advantage of it. The do not plough through chaotic water. Instead when swimming upstream, they conserve energy by using vortices, or miniature whirlpools , that form where the water flow is disturbed by rocks, branches, or other objects. As the vortices form on alternating sides of an object, the fish curve their bodies from side to side and glide between the pockets of turbulence. Some schools of fish use the vortices created by the fish swimming in front of them, effectively riding in their wake. The fish can take advantage of rhe turbulence created by their own bodies. Researchers hope to borrow from the salmon's efficient swimming style to harvest energy from slow-moving water.
because otherwise there would be no more Atlantic salmon would there.....
A salmon can migrate as fast as a chicken named Bobpenis+
salmon migrate so they can spawn there eggs
Salmon can be found in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean and rivers. Salmon migrate from the oceans to rivers to spawn.
Salmon migrate out to sea, and then return to where they were born to mate.
Atlantic Salmon live in different places in the Atlantic ocean, hence the name "Atlantic Salmon".
There is Atlantic salmon is Scotland. Scottish salmon is probably farm raised Atlantic salmon.
Atlantic salmon was created in 1758.
Atlantic salmon Make atremendous journey throughout their lives. They swim from little fresh water streams that they were born in into the north Atlantic ocean. They then swim all the way back again to the same little stream they were born in and spawn. At the end of their journey most of the salmon die either from exhaustion or from disease.
They live in the Atlantic ocean that's why the name is Atlantic salmon
Animals migrate because of changes in weather or local availability of food. This is either an annual change as in bird migration or as part of their life cycle as in Atlantic salmon.
Migrate. They migrate from the ocean, then swim upstream to spawn.
While at sea, these fish are prey to sharks, swordfish, and other larger species. As they migrate upstream to spawn, eagles, ospreys, mink and otter, and black bears feed on them. Human beings also take Atlantic salmon.
W. M. Shearer has written: 'The Atlantic salmon' -- subject(s): Atlantic salmon, Atlantic salmon fisheries
Salmon migrate to the sea and then they make a trip back to where they was born.When they arrive they usually die because they are tired out.
The Atlantic Salmon is a pikish red fish with a light colored underbelly.
You can purchase Atlantic salmon from the Shop Anderson Sea Foods website. Once on the page, click on "Salmon" in the left navigation menu and then click on "Fresh Atlantic Salmon" to bring up the fish.
The different kinds of Salmon are King Salmon Pink Salmon Coho Salmon Sockeye Salmon Atlantic Salmon Chinook Salmon
Salmon, sardines and eels all migrate for breeding.
The Atlantic salmon, lives in the northern Atlantic Ocean and in rivers that flow into the north Atlantic.However now, due to human introduction, the north Pacific.
No..All salmoids (salmon and trout) are carnivorous.
Those long trips are called migrations. To make such trips is to migrate. But in America, it is a direct invitaion to go away. Preferably far, far away.