Bundles from crushed Boeing 737 fuselages sit next to a fuselage awaiting destruction at a temporary crushing yard near Fish Creek at Rivulet, Mont., on Thursday. The fuselages of six fuselages caught in a Montana train derailment earlier this month were crushed and bailed.
The number of marine birds here has plummeted in recent decades. The reasons are often complex, but for many the loss of forage fish might hold a clue.
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