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New National Geographic photo exhibit in Bellingham showcases wildlife

Whatcom Museum show underlines importance of conservation efforts

Penguins’ explosive speed helps them get out of the water fast, clearing ice that can be several feet thick, as deadly leopard seals lurk at the ice’s edge. This image, entitled "Flying Penguins," will be on display in "Greatest Wildlife Photographs" at Whatcom Musem starting Saturday, March 9. (Photo courtesy of Paul Nicklen/National Geographic)
By Cocoa Laney Lifestyle Editor
Starting this weekend, the photographs in Whatcom Museum’s Lightcatcher gallery will bring visitor

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