“Its flesh fed a full range of terrestrial and marine scavengers. Its fate becomes part of the known record of whale deaths along North America’s west coast, helping to inform ocean managers and enhance a greater database of long-term trends, be they related to disease, human actions, or ocean conditions. And its skeleton is likely to educate and enthrall visitors to Calvert Island for decades to come.”
The question of who killed Takaya, British Columbia’s famous solitary wolf.
Larry Pynn tells the story of United States Army transport ship Brigadier General M. G. Zalinski, one of thousands of ship wrecks under the sea leaking oil, contaminating our waters.