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Big, beautiful, armored sturgeons, arcing and twisting and soaring into the air in a mating dance as old as time.
The situation of the sturgeons in RomaniaAccording to a World Wide Fund (WWF) report, Romania and Bulgaria, which were the most important exporters of caviar of the wild Danube sturgeon, currently own the largest wild population of this species in the EU, which the Romanian authorities believe to be endangered due to illegal use.
Sturgeon are distinctive for their elongated bodies, lack of scales, and occasional great size: sturgeons ranging from 7-12 feet.
It took a lot of coordination and teamwork, but all 22 sturgeons arrived safe and healthy.
If sturgeons are to be restored to the Chesapeake Bay, it will happen on the backs of the James River population," said Greg C.
While most of the tags popped off within the mid-Atlantic Bight, two of the tagged sturgeons traveled much further afield, with one traveling north to Cobequid Bay off Nova Scotia and the other traveling south to the coast of Georgia.
Sensitivity of North American sturgeons and paddlefish to fishing mortality.
The study also indicates that juvenile shortnose and Atlantic sturgeons co-occur in the same region of the tidal Delaware River and do not segregate on the basis of salinity, as has been described in other rivers.