“Saber-Toothed” Whale is the Latest Deep Sea Creature to Wash Ashore in California

October 24, 2013 by  
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First an 18 foot oarfish appeared off the coast of California , followed five days later by a second sea serpent , and now a super-rare “saber-toothed” whale has washed ashore on Venice Beach near Los Angeles. The 2,000 pound creature also known as a Stejneger’s beaked whale is extremely rare and usually only found in the deep waters of Alaska. Even though the animal was covered in shark bites, it was still alive when rescuers initially found it, and a brief examination showed no other signs of trauma or disease. Read the rest of “Saber-Toothed” Whale is the Latest Deep Sea Creature to Wash Ashore in California Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: animals behaving strangely before an earthquake , beached whale in California , cookie-cutter shark , Heal the Bay , Natural History Museum of Los Angeles , saber-toothed whale , Santa Monica Pier Aquarium , Stejneger’s beaked whale , whale washed ashore in California        

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“Saber-Toothed” Whale is the Latest Deep Sea Creature to Wash Ashore in California

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