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The Amazing But Tragic Life Of The Wild Salmon

If you ask a Seattleite what is the local signature food, they will say two things: wild salmon and Dungeness crab. Indeed, these are known worldwide as the native food of the Pacific Northwest. Most local are aware of the wild salmon's life. Out-of-towners not so much. If you want to know more, just visit the Ballard Locks and take the tour offered. Salmon start their life in freshwater.
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