Does Salmon Have Scales?

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Salmon has scales. Salmon refers to several species of fish that belong to the family Salmonidae. They are also similar to trout and live along the coasts of North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
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Federal and some state biologists closely manage salmon to increase the sustainability of harvest for the commercial fishing industry, particularly in Alaska and Washington state.
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Because they are born with it. Its like us without skin.
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Place the salmon fillet flesh side up (skin / scale side down) on a clean, flat
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