This is why salmons cross the road

This Is Why Salmons Cross The Road. Salmons have been proven to almost always go back to their original place of “birth” to spawn and then die. The location is always upstream to the mountains with natural fresh flowing water for their new fingerlings to thrive.

This Is Why Salmons Cross The Road. Salmons have been proven to almost always go back to their original place of “birth” to spawn and then die. The location is always upstream to the mountains with natural fresh flowing water for their new fingerlings to thrive.

Amazing how nature makes things possible.

Watch how salmons cross a flooded road and against the direction of flood water just to reach its spawning destination.

Salmons have been proven to almost always go back to their original place of “birth” to spawn and then die. The location is always upstream to the mountains with natural fresh flowing water for their new fingerlings to thrive.

But checking out the comments on the social media site, people who have viewed the video were more into discussion about God, whether the word should be capitalized or not!

Anyway, that piece of road when crossed by the salmons make their journey faster and shorter, but also may have caused the end of their journey as they compete with the motorists.

One commenter suggested a sign should be put up like: “Caution Salmon Crossing.”

Could it be that the road was constructed over what used to be the original return route for spawning salmons?

Video- Watch salmons cross the road:

BONUS – Related video on the Life cycle of Salmon

H/T- Weather Network, Discovery Channel

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