“Extinct” Japanese salmonid found unextinguished after 70 years

Living black kokanee found . . . enough for a recovery-

Scientist says he found Japanese fish thought extinct. Associated Press.

The fish were found in Lake Saiko, about 500 kilometers south of their native lake where they were killed off in the 1940s.

One Response to ““Extinct” Japanese salmonid found unextinguished after 70 years”

  1. Nancy Says:

    Its too bad Japan does not have the same concerns for whales & dolphins.


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