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Sea otters stay in the fjords: population appears stable

...United States Geological Survey study estimated that 1,322 sea otters live within the park's boundaries. Alaska Biological Science Center zoologist George Esslinger, who headed the survey, said that the total is around 200 fewer than the last...

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Scientists study voles as part of food chain at Denali National Park

...years and 25 percent of the cows are over 11 years, said Dr. Layne Adams with the U.S. Geological Survey Alaska Biological Science Center. ''I think we can expect to see a decline in the population as a whole based on something that happened...

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Scientists study voles as part of food chain at Denali National Park

...years and 25 percent of the cows are over 11 years, said Dr. Layne Adams with the U.S. Geological Survey Alaska Biological Science Center. ''I think we can expect to see a decline in the population as a whole based on something that happened...

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