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By | March 29, 2013

into great silenceIt’s not every scientist who decides to study a certain population of animals only to watch it go extinct.  But for biologist and author Eval Saulitis, that’s what is apparently happening.  A pod of Killer Whales in Prince William Sound it unlikely to be able to sustain itself after the Exxon Valdez oil spill of more than twenty years ago.  She’ll tell her story next Tuesday, on Talk of Alaska.

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