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Fish-ladder data reveals Murray River migrations

Scientists have used microchips to track the movements of more than 75,000 native fish along the Murray River in southern Australia.

The idea for the fish database was developed by a Melbourne digital technology company KarlTek, which specialises in wildlife monitoring systems and equipment. 

The company set up a national database that collates information contributed by state fisheries agencies, researchers and community fishing clubs.

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