Seven of Puget Sound's orcas were missing and presumed dead, which would mark the largest die-off among the region's killer whales in a decade. "The population drop," explained a local cetologist, "is worse than the stock market." | Harper's Magazine

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Seven of Puget Sound’s orcas were missing and presumed dead, which would mark the largest die-off among the region’s killer whales in a decade. “The population drop,” explained a local cetologist, “is worse than the stock market.”

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Seven of Puget Sound’s orcas were missing and presumed dead, which would mark the largest die-off among the region’s killer whales in a decade. “The population drop,” explained a local cetologist, “is worse than the stock market.”

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