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Discussion on a salmon's life cycle with film of them leaping in a Welsh river.

Film of salmon leaping in a Welsh river. Iolo Williams discusses the reasons why salmon return from the sea in late November to the river in which they were born in order to spawn.
From: Wild about Nature
First Broadcast : 13 March 2007

Teachers' notes

Age Group : 9-11

Subject : Science

Topic : Habitats, Life processes and living things

Keywords : Living things, Salmon, Rivers, River habitats

Notes : Use this clip when studying river habitats or environments or researching fish and salmon in particular.

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