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Old 04-21-04, 01:13 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Come over to BC around the end of summer! They are everywhere!!! It's really quite gross actually! Especially when you are fishing and a big dead salmon corpse comes floating by... *shutter*
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haha, the smell is about as nice as the sight. Gotta love rotting corpses everywhere.
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salmon! FISH have teeth that big! Thats scary!
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"Rotting corpses everywhere" is this another advantage of living in B.C. over Alberta? LOL Mark
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Kool thanks guys!

This skull i found in Ocanagan, by the lake. I think its Beaver, but it could be water rat or something (the white on the skull is some paint that got on it while we were painting the room). If interested here are some pics...

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they are MALE chinook jaw bones. they die every year after spawning. and scale zoo if you want some go to sault ste. marie ont. 9my home town) in oct. or nov. of each year you can pick them up by the garbage bag full in 10 minutes. It makes for quite the smell when you have 20,000 dead fish.
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chinook salmon that is.
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