ANCHORAGE, Alaska — In the aquarium at the Anchorage Museum, starfish, silent and slow, cling to rocks and wait to be lifted out of the tank for petting.
These five-armed creatures hardly seem prone to ecological drama. But last fall, the museum’s starfish started showing signs of a disease that scientists say is killing starfish colonies up and down the West Coast.
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