'Fish cannon', two words I hadn't thought I would ever see connected, but this ingenious invention is helping save the dwindling numbers of America's Salmon by easing their passage past dams. In use in Norway for a number of years where they've been 'shooting' over 10,000 fish a year, its now been installed on the Columbia River too. Click below to see more.....
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