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Kevin Stierhoff

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Research fisheries biologist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla, California

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The waters off Southern California used to teem with white abalone, a large sea snail that clings to the rocks and has to be pried off with devices like crowbars.

White Abalone on Brink of Extinction

The waters off Southern California used to teem with white abalone, a large sea snail that clings to the rocks and has to be pried off with devices like crowbars.

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