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April 5, 2014 7:56 PM

Sea star population plummets at Shell Beach from mysterious wasting disease

Starfish from Alaska to Mexico and portions of the East Coast have recently been dying from sea star wasting syndrome, a little understood disease that has caused sea star populations to plummet. Biologists found reason to worry at Shell Beach recently.

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