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Signs of sea-star recovery in Calif., but not here

A stricken sea star in Puget Sound off West Seattle barely hangs on by its tube feet and also shows signs of lesions on its back. The sea-star population, devastated by a wasting disease, shows signs of resurgence in California but not necessarily in Washington.

Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times

A stricken sea star in Puget Sound off West Seattle barely hangs on by its tube feet and also shows signs of lesions on its back. The sea-star population, devastated by a wasting disease, shows signs of resurgence in California but not necessarily in Washington.

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