Minke Whale Strands And Dies In Northwest Creek In East Hampton - 27 East

Minke Whale Strands And Dies In Northwest Creek In East Hampton

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A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday.  ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday. ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday.  ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday. ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday.  ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday. ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday.  ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday. ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday.  ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday. ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday.  ELIZABETH VESPE

A female minke whale, 16-feet in length, washed up in Northwest Creek on Thursday. ELIZABETH VESPE

authorElizabeth Vespe on Nov 21, 2019
The Atlantic Marine Conservation Society received a report of a live minke whale stranded in Northwest Creek in East Hampton at around 8 a.m. on Thursday, November 21. It later... more

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