Endangered Right Whale Washes Ashore On Flagler Beach
A rare North Atlantic right whale washed up dead on a beach in Flagler County and attracted dozens of sightseers as well as a team of biologists who examined the whale to try to determine why it died.
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#1 Dec 20, 2012
Man that poor whale sure did stink
#2 Dec 21, 2012
poor whale is the lucky one = gone and out of this hell hole
just wait until you smell all the endanged white folks that wash out to sea when we get done starving to death for lack of jobs, money and food
Yes this is a racial non-politicall correct truthful statement
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