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October 12, 2006 
Visitors stand in early morning mist while witnessing the return of sockeye salmon to the Adams River... 
CHASE, Canada 
Visitors stand in morning mist while witnessing the return of sockeye salmon to the Adams River in British... 
Visitors stand in early morning mist while witnessing the return of sockeye salmon to the Adams River outside of Chase, British Columbia northeast of Vancouver October 11, 2006. Every year the sockeye travel some 405 km (252 miles) from the Pacific through inland waters to the Adams River. Swimming an average of 25 km (16 miles) a day, the salmon take an estimated 18 days from the pacific to reach their spawning grounds. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA) 
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