Do 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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Because they are born with it. Its like us without skin.
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Not sure where you're getting your data from. Having checked a few sources on the Internet, smoked salmon has around 30 calories per ounce, while raw salmon has around 50. http:/
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Since that depends on the serving size, I can not accurately tell you, however,
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Salmon is quite an oily fish as compared to Cod or haddock. Rich in vitamin D and " oily fish " is good for the complextion. Very nutritious. Try wild salmon rather than
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