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Old 08-16-2012, 05:40 PM
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Default all the kings remains

the finality of life

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i personally watched the natural demise and decomposition of this big guy on my home anchor river over the last 15 days that i was in alaska.


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next time you get one of those, can you do day by day pics
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would be cool to see whole transformation
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Morbid but flippin cool!
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Ted Leeson in his "Habit of Rivers" describes a meeting with a rotting but still swimming salmon that came downstream and brushed his leg. He wrote that he couldn't get warm after that encounter.
I have seen them years ago in Michigan, still swimming with hunks of flesh missing and their backbones showing. It is chilling.
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