US wildlife officials eye ongoing Alaska seabird die-off
8/10/2018 4:39 PM EST
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U.S. wildlife officials are documenting a seabird die-off stretching hundreds of miles along the coast of Alaska.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seabird biologist Katherine Kuletz (KOO'-lets) says the die-off follows previous bird deaths over the past five years tied to warming ocean water.
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The birds have been found emaciated but Kuletz says it's too early to rule out diseases that could cause seabirds to experience problems foraging.
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