Australian fisherman Trapman Bermagui, who filmed the encounter, said he could hear the attack from over 300 feet away.
A truly fin-spirational story.
Thousands will tune in to watch Otis, four-time Fat Bear Champion, go head-to-head with his chunky challengers.
Lake Oroville, one of the largest reservoirs in California, is at 55 percent of its water capacity due to severe droughts.
Conservationists say the sea lion breach points to the dangers of net-pen fish farming, a practice they believe should end in British Columbia.
The charges stem from a construction project in 2020 that allegedly polluted stretches of the river with chemicals found in rubber that are toxic to fish.
Recent heavy rainfall allowed coho salmon to navigate past culverts, which are often an obstacle, meaning they could make their way to the creeks for the first time in almost two decades.
Aquarium officials believe that the isopod's odd coloring may have to do with its diet prior to being caught.
The recipe has racked up over 62 million views with TikTok users claiming it has them in a "chokehold" as it becomes the latest viral hit.
The chemical leak was believed to be confined to the sea.
The Sacramento River winter-run chinook salmon have been listed as an endangered species since 1994.
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The Trump administration's U.S. Forest Service has allowed Canadian mining company Midas Gold to write their own environmental assessment for a controversial proposed gold mine in Idaho, according to The Associated Press.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was sued by indigenous and environmental groups on Tuesday and Wednesday over a controversial gold and copper mine in Alaska. The groups say a Trump administration rollback of protections in the matter could endanger millions of fish in the Bristol Bay.
Scientists believe a lack of the vitamin could be associated with abdominal fat storage.
Those urging siphoning off even more salmon water will throw our salmon fishery away.