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Feasting on Chesapeake blue crabs is one of the Washington region’s annual rites of spring. This season, after several years of below average crab populations, a recent survey shows that the bay’s “beautiful swimmers” have rebounded. Chris Moore of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation joins Kojo to discuss the health of the bay and the Chesapeake blue crab.
- Chris Moore Senior Scientist, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
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