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    • Pegeen
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      2 years ago

      Disturbingly sad. I hope they find out why the whales are dying. To think of them starving to death is painful. And bravo to the citizens that are allowing their private beaches to be used as decomposition sites for the dead whales.

    • nisroc2 years ago

      That's an unusual civic-minded response to a crisis: yes, I will let you dump a 40-foot dead whale on my nice, private beach so it can rot. I just hope it works in that it gives marine scientists a better chance to figure out what is going on with this die-off.