Thesaurus / salmon
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Overfishing—when we take fish out of their natural habitat at a rate too fast for them to keep up with in terms of replenishing the supply—has depleted wild populations of halibut, monkfish, tuna, and salmon, among others.

The masu have the most constricted range of any Pacific salmon, largely confined to the Sea of Japan, around the island of Sakhalin, and in western Kamchatka.

Masu salmon, the species most common in these rivers at this time of year, are among the smallest of all salmon.

You are made of Mill Creek water, the fruit from our trees, Swanton berries, and Pacific salmon.

We Lost Our Home to a WildfireWallace J. NicholsAugust 25, 2020Outside Online

Human activity has reduced the number of Chinook salmon, which is the favorite food of these orcas.

They found employment on the railroads, in lumber mills and salmon canneries, in mines and on farms, and in domestic service.

Our ForeignersSamuel P. Orth

Later that same year, on a war-party near Salmon River, he was killed.

Ever since we came down upon the Snake River we had seen quantities of salmon.

The mouth of the stream was crowded with salmon, waiting to get up the first fresh.

RavenshoeHenry Kingsley

I remember one case of this kind among many others that took place on Salmon River, in the fall of 1855.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.