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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(San Juan Islands, Washington: Neal Karlinsky) The search around the San Juan Islands in Washington state for seven missing killer whales featured; scenes and photos shown of the whales; details given about the likelihood the whales starved due to low salmon runs. [Center for Whale Research director Ken BALCOMB†- says he is devastated; comments on the trend in bad whale years.] [Friends of the Earth Northwest consultant Fred FELLEMAN†- says "it's the ecosystem, stupid."]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Karlinsky, Neal
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