Lethal virus threatens salmon supply for humans and animals

10/18/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Infectious salmon anemia, a virulent and highly contagious virus that decimated 70% of salmon stock on affected farms in other countries, has been documented in salmon on North America's West Coast. Scientists are concerned about the salmon supply for wild animals, such as grizzly bears, killer whales and wolves, and for humans because offshore pens supply most of the Atlantic salmon for human consumption in the U.S.

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