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Eggs of the endangered Atlantic salmon.

Effort to save Maine salmon is losing ground

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / January 31, 2006

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EAST ORLAND, MAINE -- Five years after the federal government declared Atlantic salmon endangered in Maine, the fish continue to vanish despite a rescue effort that so far has cost taxpayers at least $20 million, and scientists are fearful that they are witnessing an extinction unfold. (Full article: 1336 words)

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