Study: Salmon’s ‘Gut Capacity’ Gives Ability To Capitalize On Unpredictable Pulses Of Food

Salmon and other fish predators take the adage ‘no guts, no glory’ literally, by having up to three times the “gut” capacity they need on a daily basis just so they can “glory” when prey is abundant, University of Washington researchers have discovered.

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