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Large fin whale beached

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A large, dead fin whale washed ahored in Duxbury, Massachusetts on Monday morning, with the local police department urging citizens to stay away.

The police department has not yet confirmed that the whale is deceased, but the Massachusetts Whale and Dolphin Conservation told Fox News the whale is indeed dead.

They added that the whale was found dead Sunday at the  Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, and with the wind direction, scientists estimated it would land somewhere around Plymouth today. 

Beaching, also known as stranding, is a somewhat common occurence for whales and dolphins. According to Project Jonah, approximately 300 dolphins and whales strand themselves on beaches around the world each year. 

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2018/08/20/enormous-dead-whale-washes-ashore-on-massachusetts-beach.html

Sounds like an opportunity.

 

 

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