Subject: Info: Whale stranding Bay Fundy

Michael Williamson (williams)
Mon, 29 Oct 1995 03:22:58

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Date: Thu, 26 Oct 1995 21:04:47 -0300
From: bkiley@newedge.net <bkiley@zeus.newedge.net>
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Subject: Whale stranding
 
A humpback whale 7 to 9 meters long (15 to 20 tons)standed it self in St. Mary's Bay in the Bay of Fundy to day the ordeal appearently started some time yesterday. The whale died at 4:50 local time. The whale did not appear to have been struck by a vessel