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by copypipizhu 香港4 星期前

Did you know that salmon not only find their way up rivers to spawn, but they’re able to find the specific feeder branch, 

upstream, where they hatched?   It’s amazing massage cushion.

But in Norway, scientists have noticed that wild salmon are struggling to find their home streams. Wild salmon that have been 

tagged and tracked by marine biologists are showing up far off track in spawning season.  And it’s becoming a problem Hong Kong apartment.

Scientists suspect the increasing population of farmed fish in the Norwegian fjords are partly to blame.  Not only have these 

caged fish introduced diseases to endemic species, but they may also be disorienting local salmon and interfering with their 

natural spawning cycles.  I first learned of this issue at a salmon hatchery in Norway in 2013, and wrote about it on this 

blog shortly thereafter.  Informative conversations, like this one, that I had with Norwegian chef Christopher Haatuft during 

this trip inspired him to create and host a series of events at his restaurant Lysverket China WFOE. He asked me if I would help him, 

and I eagerly agreed.  The Friends of Lysverket series would bring me back to Haatuft’s breathtakingly beautiful corner of 

the world more than a dozen times over three years to learn about the incredible culture and unique foodways of that region.

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