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Rare Saber-Toothed Whale Washes Ashore

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October 18, 2013
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A very rare whale washed ashore in California. Scientists aren't sure what caused the 15-foot whale's death, but they are going to study the carcass and then put the skeleton on display. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest.


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