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Hatching releases reduce wild salmon breeding rate, fear more adverse effects than profits Ireland study 1 photo International News: AFPBB News


[February 22 AFP]The long-standing method of releasing juvenile Atlantic salmon (Atlantic salmon) artificially bred to secure fishery resources into the ocean actually reduces the breeding rate of wild salmon and is beneficial. Irish researchers have published findings that could ultimately have adverse effects.

According to a treatise published in October last year in the British academic journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, salmon born in a hatchery in the Burrishoole catchment area in western Ireland On average, only one-third of wild salmon leave after leaving the Atlantic Ocean.



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