Politics & Government

December 19, 2008

Smithsonian features salmon and tribe's effort to save it

Below the 45-foot model of a right whale named Phoenix, behind the case that holds a rare giant squid and not far from the remains of a prehistoric coelacanth that was caught off Africa is an exhibit at the Smithsonian's Natural History Museum highlighting Pacific Northwest salmon and the Nisqually Tribe's efforts to restore a wild run.

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