Salmon cross the street

The salmon were looking to swim upstream to lay their eggs, but flood waters added an extra hazard to their already perilous journey of negotiating rapids and waterfalls.

Fishing expert Conway Bowman said during floods salmon go wherever the river flows.

'This can happen when high water correlates with the spawning season,' he told the Huffington Post.

The salmon were filmed on the side of the Skokomish Valley Road in Seattle.

Motorists drive past slowly as the fish thrash about on the roadside, seemingly waiting for a clear passage to cross.

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