A mottled sea star sits in a tank at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center on Friday. It is one of the species of sea stars affected by sea star wasting syndrome, which has devastated sea star populations along the West Coast. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

A mottled sea star sits in a tank at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center on Friday. It is one of the species of sea stars affected by sea star wasting syndrome, which has devastated sea star populations along the West Coast. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Sea star wasting syndrome decreasing on Peninsula but not gone yet

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