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Bay 101: Striped Bass



January 18, 2013

Striped bass are a sought-after commercial and recreational catch and a key predator in the Chesapeake Bay food web. Andrew Turner from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/Versar explains why the fish is so unique. Learn more about striped bass in the Chesapeake Bay Program’s online Field Guide.

Closed Captions.

Produced by Steve Droter
Music/Audio: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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Dale kauffman says:
October 30, 2015

The man within this video speaks too fast for some people to understand. Please update, or fix this issue. I think doing this would benefit me and others who try to learn from this video, either from school or at home.




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