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Season 11 (4-20-2010)

Full Show: Salmon are amazing! They are born in fresh water, travel to the ocean, live in salt water, then travel up to 900 miles back to the place they were born to spawn. How do they do it? Why are they endangered? What are we doing to save them? Learn more about these remarkable fish from our guest scientists, Brenda Beckley and Jeff Heindel of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

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Video Short: Why do salmon travel so far just to turn around and come home? Find out in this video short.

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Web Extra: Guest scientists Brenda Beckley and Jeff Heindel of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game stay after to answer more questions about salmon.

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Season 2 (9-12-2000)

Full Show: Salmon are amazing - some swim as much as 900 miles to reach their spawning sites. Learn more about them from guests Ed Bowles, the person in charge of the salmon and steelhead recovery program for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, and Dave Carnamela, a fisheries biologist.

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Video Short: Salmon spend part of their lives in fresh water and part of their lives in salt water. Follow the journey of these amazing fish in this video short.

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