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Whale In Brazilian Forest

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Whale In Brazilian Forest

Nathalia Valdez, Social Media & Communications

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On February 22 in the middle of the Brazilian forest a dead baby whale was found some 50 feet away from the shore. How did it get  there? Some marine biologist suspect that the whale was just washed up since the tide rises four times a day this year. Whales like this one are common in the South Atlantic, but not usually at this time of year, Sousa said. The whales that come to the coast of Brazil to mate typically spend their winters in Antarctica. So another suspicion is that the whale was already dead but brought up to the shore by the water itself.

DNA research is currently being done to see where the whale came from. However, the question still remains, how did it get there? What was it doing in Brazil during this time of year? And, how did it die?

*Autopsy results are said to be ready in approximately 10 days. *

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Nathalia is a sophomore at Sahuaro High School. She loves her dog and has a great sense of humor. She loves to drink water. This year she went to Disneyland...

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One Response to “Whale In Brazilian Forest”

  1. Derrick on March 13th, 2019 1:40 pm

    Will you be writing a followup article? There’s a lot of unanswered questions and I’m curious on what they find out. If it just washed up, why weren’t there other sea animals scattered throughout that part of the jungle?

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