Every September to October is the day for the return of salmon. This week, my uncle took us to the town of Port Hope to see the famous salmon return. Before going there, my uncle described the spectacular scene to us: in order to give birth to their own children, thousands of salmon have traveled long distances to return to the place where they were born, layer by layer against the current. However, when we got to the viewing spot, there were only a few dozen salmon. This must be because every year humans take this opportunity to fish for salmon in large quantities, so they gradually stop coming back to this place... There is a place similar to a waterfall, and you can only reach the end by jumping on it. But the waterfall is two meters high, and the current is even more turbulent. We watched them jump out of the water again and again and up the waterfall and fail again and again. They slammed into the concrete wall next to them, rested for a while, and jumped again with all their strength, but they still couldn't jump on the waterfall. I can seem to feel their pain and feel sorry for them from the bottom of my heart, trying to help them but not being able to. Although we didn't see the spectacular sight as described by my uncle, when I saw them jumping against the current and failing again and again, I felt even more pitiful for them. They wanted to give birth to their own children. , to travel long distances, what a great move! Hope that human beings can treat and protect animals, and don't let them lose their homes!