Monday, August 1, 2011

Salmon grow in the trees of Tongass Rainforest in Alaska

Yes, that's right. Salmon -- the fish enjoyed by bears, bald eagles and humans -- grow in the trees of the Tongass Rainforest in Alaska.

How is it possible? This 3-minute video will provide the surprising answer, with the beauty of Alaska a bonus thrown in for good measure:

Salmon in the trees. Who knew?

Thanks Moldy Chum!

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