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Humpbacks and other whales at Stellwagen Bank are at risk of collisions with large vessels that use nearby shipping lanes.

Humans a threat to ocean preserve

Stellwagen Bank deemed at risk

By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / May 28, 2007

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SCITUATE -- Just off the Massachusetts coast is one of the richest marine habitats in the United States, an arc of shallow ocean called Stellwagen Bank, where whales, tuna, cod, and dozens of other species have dined on an underwater smorgasbord for thousands of years. (Full article: 1214 words)

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