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Odd Creature Showing Up On Washington's Coast

 
deanoZXT
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02/15/2013 01:34 AM

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Odd Creature Showing Up On Washington's Coast
[link to www.king5.com]
by GARY CHITTIM / KING 5 News
It started with a few sightings here and there. Now a strange sea creature, a salp, is showing up on beaches and in crab pots up and down the Washington Coast, raising curiosity and concerns.

...At this point, salps are just a curiosity. But if the population increases, commercial crabbers and others are concerned the creatures could affect the local economy and environment.

-Things like this make me sure of climate change, and it's changing rapidly in the last decade. I wish the masses would wake up to the change. There is a good video story at the KING5 site. Here is a link to "salps'. [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Also they are about the size of a dime. But the ones on the Washington coast are large. You can see them in the video. About 4 inches long with two 1 inch long black feelers.
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02/15/2013 01:59 AM

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Re: Odd Creature Showing Up On Washington's Coast
I wonder why they started popping up all of a sudden.
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02/15/2013 02:09 AM
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Re: Odd Creature Showing Up On Washington's Coast
Maybe they taste good, perhaps even better than crab.
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02/15/2013 02:18 AM
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Re: Odd Creature Showing Up On Washington's Coast
Interesting news story, considering a quick web search will show dozens and dozens of resources that list "SALPS" as a common plankton in coastal waters of Washington and the Puget Sound area...

Guess the global warming pot needed to be stirred some more.

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