Peter Chang

CEO at Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach

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Peter Chang, CEO at Pacific Marine Mammal Center, says he’s concerned about animals ingesting and inhaling the oil, which can affect their respiratory systems.

Massive oil spill in OC endangers birds, seals, sea lions. Wildlife care workers are preparing for the worst

Peter Chang, CEO at Pacific Marine Mammal Center, says he’s concerned about animals ingesting and inhaling the oil, which can affect their respiratory systems.

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