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The largest die-off reported comes from the Koyukuk River, a tributary of the Yukon. Researchers suspect record warm waters as the cause but not all salmon are affected.

Why Are Salmon Being Found Dead In Rivers Across Western Alaska?

By Anna Rose MacArthur NPR
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