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California / Sea Otter Relocation #111014

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 24, 1987
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(Studio: Richard Threlkeld) Report introduced.

(Monterey, California: Roger Caras) Program reported beginning to locate California sea otters from California waters posing potential threat to them from oil spills; details given, scenes shown. [US Fish and Wildlife spokesperson Dr. James ESTES - explains otters' vulnerability to fur contamination.] Fishermen's opposition to relocating them at San Nicolas Island explained. [Fisherman Jerry JASHINSKY - fears animals will decimate his fishing grounds.] [Friends of the Sea Otter spokesperson Carol FULTON - responds.]

Caras, Roger;
Threlkeld, Richard

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