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For people on the North Shore seeing a whale isn't all that and usual big a -- that has -- let's -- -- with the whale like this is something no one on crane beach expected.
And that reality I think it's pretty cool.
Something different or -- The win at 23 foot 91 of the three in those common species of -- -- in New England what is in common is for one to wash -- like this one did Friday.
I don't remember one here.
Any time within the last decade made a couple decades.
And now biologist from the New England Aquarium rescue team -- working to figure out why it happened.
They estimate the whale was dead for a few days before ending up here and the condition of her body may provide some clues about how she died.
There are some markings on this well it looked like it has had some interaction with -- vertical line something like that as many as 20 biologists work Saturday morning and into the afternoon taking tissue samples to be tested as a curious crowd -- roped off and for good reason.
Don't want to get closer -- 150 feet.
And that's that's the law.
It's for safety the remains will be buried the skeleton taken to a museum a whale's tail that's still a mystery one taking everyone by surprise that you expected this -- to take a few hours today say could be a few weeks before that I got exactly how the whale died.
In -- which got a product fox 45 news.
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