Study Suggests Salmon Find Their Home Rivers Through Magnetic Imprinting

When migrating, sockeye salmon typically swim up to 4,000 miles into the ocean and then, years later, navigate back to the upstream reaches of the rivers in which they were born to spawn their young. Scientists, the fishing community and lay people have long wondered how salmon find their way to their home rivers over such epic distances.

Read the Full Article

Login to your account or Become a Member

More news from CBB: