A grey whale calf emerges from the water at the San Ignacio Lagoon, Baja California Sur state, Mexico. So far this year, 18 gray whales have washed ashore in Washington and a total of 57 have stranded on the West Coast since gray whales began their spring migration north to Alaskan waters from their calving lagoons in Mexico. (OMAR TORRES/Getty Images)

A grey whale calf emerges from the water at the San Ignacio Lagoon, Baja California Sur state, Mexico. So far this year, 18 gray whales have washed ashore in Washington and a total of 57 have stranded on the West Coast since gray whales began their spring migration north to Alaskan waters from their calving lagoons in Mexico. (OMAR TORRES/Getty Images)

Researchers seek answers to gray whale deaths after dozens are stranded this year

  • Mon May 20th, 2019 10:19am
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