Christopher Harley

marine biologist at the University of British Columbia

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An estimated 1 billion sea creatures died in the heat waves that swept the Western U.S. and Canada over the last few weeks.

A billion sea animals died during recent West Coast heat waves, including mussels, starfish, crabs

An estimated 1 billion sea creatures died in the heat waves that swept the Western U.S. and Canada over the last few weeks.

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