GE-salmon – blessing or monster-fish?

This handout photo, release 30 August 2010, compares the size of the GE-salmon (background) to an Atlantic salmon of the same age (foreground). Photo by Barrett & McKay Photo/AquaBounty Technologies/Handout, NP

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