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November 04, 2008

Carcass of the Month

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Biologists discovered the carcass of a fall Chinook salmon on a tributary of the Sacramento River last week that if found alive could have been bigger than the current state record. Via: Siskiyou Daily News  LINK

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Is that thing real? That really looks like the photos of the guy with the huge cat that went around the internet a few years back. You can do some fun stuff with photoshop...

I think I saw that fish in the river a couple of weeks ago. Seriously. The Lower Sac grows some pigs.

I think I saw that fish in the river a couple of weeks ago. Seriously. The Lower Sac grows some pigs.

I think I saw that fish in the river a couple of weeks ago. Seriously. The Lower Sac grows some pigs.

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