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New program tracks endangered whales and warns ships near them

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New program tracks endangered whales and warns ships near them

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The Coast Guard and others are using a new system to track endangered whales in the Pacific Northwest. It’s a kind of early warning traffic control center for ships so they don’t get too close to the whales and risk hitting them. NBC News’ Anne Thompson reports.

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