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Panting with mouths open, River Herring swim hard against the current to reach their birthplace to spawn.
Unlike Salmon, they do not die after spawning as a rule. They can return a few times, if they are strong and lucky.
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herring Run_©Janet.MacCausland'12 Herring herring run herring Run_©Janet.MacCausland' River herring migration spawning Nemasket River Namasket River river Fresh water Atlantic North Atlantic Androgenous Estuary coastal Alewife; Nemasket River; Middleborough Massachusetts USA; river herring; Androgynous; vertical; panting; migration; migrating; migrate; vertical; fresh water; river;
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- Fishes-North Atlantic_Osteichthyemy, North Atlantic Underwater (see also Animal class for more)