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SeacoastOnline: The Seacoast Science Center will soon be in charge of organizing the rescue of seals that wash up on local shores, marking the first time a New Hampshire-based group has served in this role.
Seacoast Science Center President Wendy Lull said she learned recently that her group will take over the New Hampshire responsibilities of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Marine Mammal Stranding Network starting January 1.
Read more about the new marine mammal rescue policy.
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