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humpback whales

Written by Keith_Rittmaster. Posted in Sighting Report

Date: 28Dec2012
Location: Cape Lookout
Reported By: Keith Rittmaster
Details/condition: Two humpback whales were

swimming eastbound, one bearing entanglement scars but apparently no line is

currently on the whale

Humpback whale at Cape Lookout, 28Dec2012

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