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June 24, 2012 7:51 AM

Decline in king salmon is rooted in the sea, Alaska state biologists say

Something in the ocean has been death to Alaska's king salmon. The state's iconic fish, treasured for food, sport and cash, should now be swimming in droves up rivers from the Southeast rain forests to the populated Railbelt and the Western Alaska tundra. But they're not.

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