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A small inflatable boat returns to the Cutter Swordfish after a patrol in Puget Sound to protect pods of killer whales. Crew from the Swordfish interacted with diverse groups--recreational boaters, anglers, and fishermen--to ensure the whales were not encroached upon and to educate the public and mariners on the nature and habits of this endangered species.



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Date Taken:04.15.2012

Date Posted:12.12.2013 21:11

Photo ID:1117691

Resolution:3619x2496

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