Millions of sea stars, or starfish, are dying along the West Coast since rangers first discovered the outbreak of "wasting disease" at Olympic National Park in Washington state in June of 2013. This sick ochre sea star was discovered in Eastsound, Wash. It had lesions and lost a second arm before dying. Photo taken June 10, 2014.
Millions of sea stars, or starfish, are dying along the West Coast since rangers first discovered the outbreak of "wasting disease" at Olympic National Park in Washington state in June of 2013. This sick ochre sea star was discovered in Eastsound, Wash. It had lesions and lost a second arm before dying. Photo taken June 10, 2014. Handout
Millions of sea stars, or starfish, are dying along the West Coast since rangers first discovered the outbreak of "wasting disease" at Olympic National Park in Washington state in June of 2013. This sick ochre sea star was discovered in Eastsound, Wash. It had lesions and lost a second arm before dying. Photo taken June 10, 2014. Handout

What's killing millions of starfish on the West Coast?

March 11, 2015 01:19 PM

UPDATED March 11, 2015 02:06 PM

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