Protected Taiwan salmon survive

The proffesional experts would like to investigate how many Seema were alive after typhoon Jangmi covered.

The proffesional experts would like to investigate how many Seema were alive after typhoon Jangmi covered.

The Shei-Pa National Park Administration Center's  efforts  to conserve  the rare Formosan  Landlocked  Salmon allowed  most of the fish to survive tw

The Shei-Pa National Park Administration Center's efforts to conserve the rare Formosan Landlocked Salmon allowed most of the fish to survive tw

The Shei-Pa National Park Administration Center's efforts to conserve the rare Formosan Landlocked Salmon allowed most of the fish to survive September's typhoons, the center's deputy director-general Peng Mao-hsiung said Thursday.
Peng said the number of the rare salmon species, which is designated as a Taiwanese national treasure, dropped from 5,321 to 3,629 after Typhoons Sinlaku and Jiangmi slammed Taiwan last month with strong winds and torrential rains.
The rate of loss of the fish after the typhoons was registered at about 30 percent, lower than the minimum 50 percent registered after each typhoon in the past, Peng said.