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Does Caplin die after spawning?

Asked: Évelyne Dupuis, Last Updated:

A large proportion (more than 90%) of capelin die after spawning, especially the males that are injured during repeated mating on the sand or gravel. After spawning, it is not unusual to see large quantities of dead capelin on the beach or in the water.

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