Gray Whale Strandings

Gray Whale Strandings

In this May 24, 2019 photo, teachers and students from Northwest Montessori School in Seattle examine the carcass of a gray whale after it washed up on the coast of Washington's Olympic Peninsula, just north of Kalaloch Campground in Olympic National Park. Federal scientists on Friday, May 31 opened an investigation into what is causing a spike in gray whale deaths along the West Coast this year. So far, about 70 whales have stranded on the coasts of Washington, Oregon, Alaska and California, the most since 2000. (AP Photo/Gene Johnson)

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May 24, 2019 06:15:47 AM
May 31, 2019 06:13:33 PM
Gene Johnson
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
MAY 24, 2019 PHOTO.
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Animals, Coastlines and beaches, Environment and nature, National parks, National parks, Sightseeing, Leisure travel, Travel, Lifestyle, National parks, Parks, Outdoor recreation, Recreation and leisure, Whales
Olympic National Park, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES
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