Dedicated to the integral role of the Alaskan salmon to its native habitat, 'Alaska the Nutrient Cycle' beautifully chronicles the life of the fish as it enters freshwater, at which point it stops feeding and devotes its energy to mating. After spawning, the salmon dies and becomes food for other animals, and their nutrients become a part of the Alaskan forest and the sea. Watch the beautiful video below.

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