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Two lake sturgeon, pre-historic fish native to the Great Lakes region, were on display along the banks of the Detroit River at the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, where attendees could hold or pet the fish.
Specialties include Alpine sturgeon, braised venison, and cheese from the canton of Grisons.
The top area for sturgeon remains Broad Slough and the Pittsburg PG&E plant.
The best seller is the truffle tuna bite, with ahi tuna topped with sturgeon caviar, harissa yogurt and avocado puree.
During the crisis, the National Marine Fisheries Service urged state dam operators to ramp down the releases more gradually to protect Chinook salmon, sturgeon, steelhead and other fish.
The sturgeon retention season in the Columbia River estuary may end Wednesday.
The goal, Mr. Schlueter said, is to successfully restock 10,500 sturgeons this fall.
And selenium from a combination of sources, including oil refineries, sewage treatment plants, agricultural runoff and natural geologic formations, is turning up in Sacramento splittail, white sturgeon, and diving ducks.
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Origin and Etymology of sturgeon
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a type of large fish that is eaten as food
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