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Oakland Tribune
Haifley: Site of the former Moss Landing whaling station a humpback hotspot?Since 2013, the number of humpback whales have increased in Monterey Bay. Unlik
Haifley: Site of the former Moss Landing whaling station a humpback hotspot?
Oakland Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
Since 2013, the number of humpback whales have increased in Monterey Bay. Unlike the gray whale, which makes its long, annual trek from Mexico to Alaska and back and occasionally stops to feed along the way, our humpback subspecies appear to have... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Haifley: Site of the former Moss Landing whaling station a humpback hotspot?Since 2013, the number of humpback whales have increased in Monterey Bay. Unlik
Haifley: Site of the former Moss Landing whaling station a humpback hotspot?
Oakland Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
Since 2013, the number of humpback whales have increased in Monterey Bay. Unlike the gray whale, which makes its long, annual trek from Mexico to Alaska and back and occasionally stops to feed along the way, our humpback subspecies appear to have... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Haifley: Site of the former Moss Landing whaling station a humpback hotspot?Since 2013, the number of humpback whales have increased in Monterey Bay. Unlik
Haifley: Site of the former Moss Landing whaling station a humpback hotspot?
The Fremont Argus / Posted 22 days ago
Since 2013, the number of humpback whales have increased in Monterey Bay. Unlike the gray whale, which makes its long, annual trek from Mexico to Alaska and back and occasionally stops to feed along the way, our humpback subspecies appear to have... Read more
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22d
The Daily Review
Haifley: Site of the former Moss Landing whaling station a humpback hotspot?Since 2013, the number of humpback whales have increased in Monterey Bay. Unlik
Haifley: Site of the former Moss Landing whaling station a humpback hotspot?
The Daily Review / Posted 22 days ago
Since 2013, the number of humpback whales have increased in Monterey Bay. Unlike the gray whale, which makes its long, annual trek from Mexico to Alaska and back and occasionally stops to feed along the way, our humpback subspecies appear to have... Read more
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