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Hundreds of dead sea stars wash up in West Seattle
SEATTLE- Over 100 dead sea stars washed up over the weekend in the Brace Point area of West Seattle. According to underwater explorer and videographer Laura James, the sea stars were found on a short stretch of beach in West Seattle. It's unknown if these sea stars are connected to a large number of dead starfish washing up along the entire West Coast, dying from"sea star wasting disease." This disease causes the creatures to lose their arms and disintegrate.