Beluga whales hold steady in Cook Inlet
Federal scientists are considering whether to list the group of marine mammals as endangered under the Endangered Species Act
The Associated Press
The number of beluga whales estimated to inhabit Cook Inlet, offshore from Alaska’s largest city, has not increased in the past year, leading critics to reiterate their call for greater protections over the objections of Gov. Sarah Palin.
The new estimate will be considered when regulators decide wh....
What do the CI Beluga population figures mean?
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