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Conjoined Whale Calves Found In Lagoon

Every now and then nature produces something remarkable, something we’ve never seen before. When we encounter one of these creatures, we are often overwhelmed with questions and curious to learn more about it. A recent discovery of two conjoined whale calves has scientists excited and curious at the same time. The conjoined carcass washed up on the beaches of the …

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Conjoined Baby Gray Whales Found In Baja, CA Lagoon

This may be the first discovery of conjoined gray whale calves in documented history. Although other conjoined whales have been found before including fin, sei and minke whales, as well as sharks that were connected or conjoined, this was a first for the magnificent gray whale species. Scientists working in Mexico’s Laguna Ojo de Liebre discovered the twin calves that …

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Conjoined Whales Discovered In California

A rare discovery was found off of the shore of Mexico, in the Scammon’s Lagoon, on Sunday, January 5, when scientists discovered twin conjoined whale calves. Sadly, the calves did not survive, but their discovery is very important to the world of science, as they may be the first documented case of conjoined gray whale calves. Alisa Schulman-Janiger, with the …

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