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Study Reveals Shift In Diet Of Cook Inlet Belugas

Post Date:06/15/2018 3:50 pm

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"A new study of the bones and teeth of dead Cook Inlet belugas revealed that the animals' diet has shifted to more freshwater prey over at least the past 50 years, a finding that researchers hope will help with the conservation of the small and endangered white whales," an Anchorage Daily News story states. Read the story at ADN.com.

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