Puget Sound and Hood Canal are both part of the Salish Sea in Washington. Though these two bodies of water are connected, the marine life found in Hood Canal is surprisingly different from the species found in the rest of Puget Sound.
Marine life author and photographer Dr. Gregory Jensen will highlight some of the marine life found in each, and share the probable reason for these differences.
NOTE: There is no cheat sheet for this Fishinar
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