Fraser River Sockeye

National Geographic Dec. 9, 2014 – Every four years, millions of sockeye salmon journey thousands of miles from the ocean back to their native spawning grounds in Canada’s Fraser River. There, after eggs are laid, the parents die. Then, eventually, the cycle begins anew as the next generation of salmon makes its way down the river and into the ocean.


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