Sick animals in the Pacific

There was  recent article in the Voice of Russia which reported that:

According to scientists from the University of California Santa Cruz and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)), who monitor marine animals in the Pacific Ocean, there are signs of low-level radioactivity in California fish. Starfish, Pacific bluefin tunas, sea lions, whales, dolphins, anchovies, and other marine animals either haves mall amounts of radioactive elements from the Fukushima nuclear power plant, or diseases caused by radiation.

The article does not offer a citation.  A Google search of “NOAA and Pacific Ocean” did not turn up any relevant citations.   Is the Voice of Russia lying, or is NOAA involved in a cover-up?


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