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Whale beached in East Hampton survives first attempt at euthanization

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Rob DiGiovanni

Rob DiGiovanni

 biologist and director at the Riverhead Foundation

biologist and director at the Riverhead Foundation

 speaks to concerned residents at Main Beach on Thursday.<br data-lazy-src=

speaks to concerned residents at Main Beach on Thursday.
Photo by Erin Geismar

East Hampton residents Ellen Goldberg and Saskia Friedrich question a member of the Riverhead Foundation about the whale.<br data-lazy-src=

East Hampton residents Ellen Goldberg and Saskia Friedrich question a member of the Riverhead Foundation about the whale.
Photo by Erin Geismar

David Morin

David Morin

 a biologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association

a biologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association

 explains the process of euthanizing the whale.<br data-lazy-src=

explains the process of euthanizing the whale.
Photo by Erin Geismar

By Erin Geismar on Apr 8, 2010
The humpback whale that has been beached in East Hampton since Tuesday morning survived the first attempts to euthanize it overnight Wednesday, according to officials at Main Beach. Members of... more

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