It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Nope… it’s a fish. A big fish. In Toronto. This dinner-for-four-sized salmon was seen taking the great leap up the Humber River during the annual salmon run.\nDid you even know there was an annual salmon run in Toronto?\nThis slow-motion video captures the awe-inspiring challenge these fish face to get where they need to go to do what they gotta do.\nEditor's Choice: Toronto Trash Panda Spotted Doing Some Window Shopping In Yorkville (VIDEO)\nEvery year the salmon – having spent their adult lives in Lake Ontario – swim upstream through the various rivers and creeks found throughout the city in order spawn.\nSpawning females lay between 2,000-8,000 eggs according to the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.\nThis process has become a beloved Toronto tradition among those in the know, with crowds gathering and cheering on their favourite fish.\nThese nature-scheduled events typically take place until early November, so you can still catch them (metaphorically please; leave the dears alone to do their business) from a variety of riverside locations throughout the city.