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Concerns mount over whale deaths in Gulf of Alaska

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KODIAK, Alaska – Researchers are scrambling to determine what’s behind the death of 30 whales in the Gulf of Alaska as unusually warm ocean temperatures continue to wreak havoc on the region.

 

Since May 2015, 14 fin whales, 11 humpback whales, one gray whale and four unidentified specimens have been found dead along shorelines in the Gulf of Alaska, nearly half of them in the Kodiak Archipelago. Other dead whales have been reported off the coast of British Columbia, including four humpbacks and one sperm whale.

 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2015/08/24/concerns-mount-over-whale-deaths-in-gulf-of-alaska/

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