Yes. While some are found in rivers and lakes, others are found in the ocean. In the ocean they are found from Ensanada, Mexico to the Gulf of Alaska on the west coast of North America and from the Gulf of Mexico to Newfoundland on the east. They are also found in other parts of the world in rivers, lakes, and along coasts.
Most sturgeons are bottom feeders, spawning upstream and feeding in river deltas and estuaries. While majority of sturgeon species are freshwater, there are a few that venture into oceans and to nearby coastal areas.
Some areas of their natural habitats that contain salt water from the Gulf of Mexico to Newfoundland and along the European Atlantic Coast.
Sturgeon are making a comeback in the Great Lakes. For more information, read The Dynamic Great Lakes.
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