2 thoughts on “40,000 pink salmon invade the Tana river

  1. Tragic that a nose-thumbing politicians international border dispute gave the Pinks a backdoor free pass into the Tana and, as the article said, use it as a breeding base for their doubtless future efforts to colonize some of the planet’s last great Atlantic salmon rivers, namely those of Norway. Will somebody please quietly string up all such strutting, little, here today – gone tomorrow, know-nothing Mussolinis.

  2. The Tana clearly needs some hungry Alaskan brown bears. Here are he Katmai Fat Bear Competition 2021 results. The now very elderly Otis wins once again. Seen in the British Guardian newspaper of Oct. 7th.

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/oct/07/fat-bear-week-2021-before-and-after-pictures-of-the-contenders?CMP=twt_a-environment_b-gdneco

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