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Gray whale rescued from gill net

Dana Point - All too often the entrapment of sea animals caught in gill nets results in the death of the creature and the gill net still remains a hazard.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 1 comment

Gray whales survived global warming, cooling by changing diets

Scientists now believe California gray whales survived global warming and cooling cycles over millions of years, because they are not picky eaters, or stubborn migrators. Flexibility may allow the species to win a new round of climate changes, they say.
 

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False Pass  Alaska is also the name given the Isanoyski Strait that gray whales will sometimes use o...
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False Pass, Alaska is also the name given the Isanoyski Strait that gray whales will sometimes use on their journey to the Bering Sea. Here many fall prey to Killer whales.
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Map of Northeastern Russia  and the Chukotka Region.
Magnus Manska
Map of Northeastern Russia, and the Chukotka Region.
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The tail fluke of a California gray (or grey) whale  Eschrichtius robustus  is spotted a few miles o...
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The tail fluke of a California gray (or grey) whale, Eschrichtius robustus, is spotted a few miles off the coast of Montaña de Oro State Park, south of Morro Bay, California., on January 11,. 2011.
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Gray Whale Calf: this calf was completely exhausted  under attack by the orcas for at least 30 minut...
Alisa Schulman-Janiger
Gray Whale Calf: this calf was completely exhausted, under attack by the orcas for at least 30 minutes. Its mother is holding it up. © Alisa Schulman-Janiger/Monterey Bay Whale Watch
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One humpback whale tilts its head up out of the water  directed toward
the sole adult male orca that...
Alisa Schulman-Janiger
One humpback whale tilts its head up out of the water, directed toward the sole adult male orca that is surfacing nearby. © Alisa Schulman-Janiger/Monterey Bay Whale Watch
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