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    Salmon--treasured food source


    v 24 x h 16 cm Darrell Amos sees the salmon as more than the creature "that brings food for us." Usually Darrell does not show the teeth so prominently, but he wanted to emphasize the fact that salmon are powerful beings, living their four-year cycle, from ocean to river and stream and then being the main food supply for humans, bear, birds, and other woodland creatures acrylic on acid-free paper

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