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For the past ten years, the Toronto Zoo has been connecting students with Atlantic salmon in the Great Lakes region. In January, we set up classroom hatcheries with eggs and students observe the eggs hatching and growing into fry. In May and June, we release the salmon into local tributaries. This past year we released close to 3000 Atlantic salmon into the wild.

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