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Pollution threatens the future of killer whales
by Jonathan Amos and Victoria Gill, Science Correspondents, BBC News
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27 September 2018
On 27 September 2018 BBC News reported:
Killer whales are in deep trouble because of persistent chemical pollution in the environment, researchers say. A new study suggests the long-term viability of more than half of the different orca groups around the globe is now in question. Some populations, such as those around the UK, the Strait of Gibraltar, off Brazil, Japan, and California, are almost certainly doomed. The assessment is in Science magazine. The issue is polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs.
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