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A humpback whale beached itself in White Rock, British Columbia.It had signs of injuries on its body and was alive when fisheries officials arrived but died soon after.

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A crow lands on a humpback whale that beached itself in White Rock, British Columbia June 12, 2012. The whale, with signs of injuries on its body, was alive when fisheries officials arrived but died soon after. REUTERS/Andy Clark

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A Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer (R) and fisheries officer stand guard, as the tide comes in, over a humpback whale that beached itself in White Rock, British Columbia June12, 2012. The whale, which showed signs of injuries on its body, was alive when fisheries officials arrived but died soon after. REUTERS/Andy Clark

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People gather around a humpback whale that beached itself in White Rock, British Columbia June 12, 2012. The whale, with signs of injuries on its body, was alive when fisheries officials arrived but died soon after. REUTERS/Andy Clark

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People gather around a humpback whale that beached itself in White Rock, British Columbia June 12, 2012. The whale, with signs of injuries on its body, was alive when fisheries officials arrived but died soon after. REUTERS/Andy Clark

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Two women stand near a dead blue whale on the beach in Mazatlan March 20, 2012. The whale was washed up to the shore on Tuesday and scientists of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) are investigating the cause of death, according to local media. REUTERS/Stringer

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Rescue workers try to tow a dead Bryde's whale, as identified by the Aqualung Institute, near Sao Conrado beach in Rio de Janeiro March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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Rescue workers try to tow a dead Bryde's whale, as identified by the Aqualung Institute, near Sao Conrado beach in Rio de Janeiro March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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Lifeguards try to move a dead Bryde's whale, as identified by the Aqualung Institute, near Sao Conrado beach in Rio de Janeiro March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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Residents look on at a dead Bryde's whale, as identified by the Aqualung Institute, seen near Sao Conrado beach in Rio de Janeiro March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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In this Aug. 26, 2011 photo released by AMBAR, the Society for the Study and Conservation of Marine Fauna in Spain's Bay of Biscay, a dead sperm whale is seen beached in Zarautz, Spain. A marine scientist says the 15 meter (50 feet) sperm whale beached and died on the sands of the northern seaside resort town. Enrique Franco, vice president of the society for the study and conservation of marine fauna in the northern Bay of Biscay, said the carcass would be towed out to sea and then taken into the nearby port of Orio where it was to be buried in sand for around four years. After that period the skeleton would be retrieved for scientific and teaching purposes, Franco said. (AP Photo/AMBAR)

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SOUTH-UIST, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 21: Marine experts bring ashore a dead pilot whale from the pod continuing to struggle in Loch Carnan on May 21, 2011 in South Uist, Scotland. A major operation is underway to prevent up to 70 pilot whales from stranding on the rocky shoreline of Loch Carnan on South Uist in the Western Isles. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

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