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the eggs of the salmon.

the eggs are orange and have a little black dot in the center.they are laid by a female salmon spawner which creates a shallow pit in the gravel called a redd. the female then lays and fertilezes the eggs, and then covers the eggs with gravel that allows th eggs o still get water. DANGERS: some of the dangers to eggs include: hikers, loggers, fishermen, livestock, and wild animals all somtimes crush or destroy the eggs and/ or the redd. NEEDS: eggs need cool, clean water and tress to provide shade to col down the water and to hold the soil from eroding and smothering the eggs.

Article posted December 6, 2011 at 02:58 PM • comment • Reads 89 • Return to Blog List
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