University of Washington study finds that acidification of the oceans is taking a toll on salmon’s sense of smell, a key way of detecting predator fish.
University of Washington study finds that acidification of the oceans is taking a toll on salmon’s sense of smell, a key way of detecting predator fish. Hector Amexcua AP
University of Washington study finds that acidification of the oceans is taking a toll on salmon’s sense of smell, a key way of detecting predator fish. Hector Amexcua AP

Salmon have hard time sniffing out danger

June 06, 2017 07:12 PM