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About the Science
- Scientists and Alaska residents in this short video discuss how the declines in several animals in Prince William Sound may well be the result of ocean temperature rise as well as oil pollution from the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill.
- The video gives an idea about how a scientific hypothesis is developed.
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- This video has strong visuals of several animals.
- A good background essay and discussion questions accompany the video.
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