U.S. to Include Bred Salmon in Wild Species Count

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The Bush administration decides to include salmon bred in hatcheries in its count of wild salmon populations. The result could be that some species will soon be deemed healthy and removed from the Endangered Species list. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and NPR's Elizabeth Arnold.

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