Researchers study whether humpback whales dampen recovery of Pr...

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Something is holding down the herring population of Alaska's Prince William Sound, and marine scientists are tailing some rather large suspects: humpback whales. Full Story
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Pilot Mountain, NC

#1 Feb 7, 2010
Well, who do we save now? The Whales or the Herring?

I say we just dump a couple tankers in the sound, and let that decide.

Kinda like the little fishys (that no one eats) in California. Save the fishys and kill the farms.

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