UBC Study Suggests No Shortage Of Prey For Southern Resident Killer Whales In Canadian Waters During Summer

A popular assumption that there are fewer Chinook salmon during the summer in Canadian waters for southern resident killer whales, compared to an abundance of fish for northern resident killer whales, has been challenged by a study led by scientists at the University of British Columbia.

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