17 Aug '11, 6am

Gray Whale Dies After Nearly 7 Weeks in the Klamath River (video) | Care2 Causes

Gray Whale Dies After Nearly 7 Weeks in the Klamath River (video) | Care2 Causes

After spending nearly seven weeks in the Klamath River in northern California, 50 miles south of the Oregon border, a gray whale died early Tuesday morning. According to the Associated Press via SFGate , the 45-foot whale and her six-month-old calf appeared in the river in late June. No one knows why they ended up in fresh water on their journey north from birthing grounds in Baja California; scientists speculate that the pair may have ventured inland after being driven by killer whales.

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