Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Treehugger Tuesday

The following is from the "Science Daily" website:

Biologists Examine Big Alaska Seabird Die-Off
January 12, 2016
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An estimated 8,000 common murres, a type of seabird, have been found dead on the shores of Alaska's Prince William Sound this winter. Biologists don't know why the birds are dying, but unusually warm ocean waters could be to blame. (Jan. 12) Video provided by AP

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