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Topic - William Sound
A federal study of Prince William Sound sea otters affected by crude oil spilled from the Exxon Valdez has concluded that the marine mammals have returned to pre-spill numbers a quarter century after the disaster.
"The risk of oil spills does not just come from Shell or Exxon or BP; it could come from a cruise ship or big tankers. We already have enormous cruise ship traffic," he said. "Many of us fear the first accident that will happen will be a cruise ship that will test the abilities of the U.S. or Russia in coming to the rescue."