WhaleFest science program offers lessons in sea biology

SITKA, ALASKA Sitka WhaleFest gets underway this weekend, but already scientists in town for the event have been combing the city’s schools, lending their expertise to science students. Reporter Ed Ronco spent Thursday morning with some Blatchley Middle School students, provoking sea urchins.
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