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1964 Press Photo Kokanee Salmon

AdID: 593944

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Part Number: RRY58867

Source: Rogers


This is an original press photo. Kokanee Salmon
Some sockeye salmon live and reproduce in lakes and are called "kokanee", a word in the Okanagan language for this kind of fish. They are much smaller than the ones that go to the ocean and are rarely over 350 millimetres (14 in) long. In Okanagan Lake and many others there are two kinds of kokanee populations - one spawns in streams and one spawns in the lake near the shore. As an aside, the Kokanee Glacier gets its name from Kokanee Creek, which enters Kootenay Lake near Nelson, British Columbia (see Kokanee). (Wikipedia)Photo measures 8 x 10inches. Photo is dated 12-12-1964.