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Re: Pure tetraploid salmon.

Alex Waterhouse-Hayward wrote:

> I was amazed to find out
> about tremendous tetraploid salmon that will never be seen in any markets
> because of their deformed heads. As the biologist told me, " Who would want
> to look at these at the dinner table?"

I had a girlfrend in college that had a deformed head, and I agree completely.
I hardly ever took her out to dinner.  It never occured to me then that she
might be a tetraploid.

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