Dead Humpback Whale Washes Up At Cupsogue Beach In Westhampton Sunday - 27 East


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Dead Humpback Whale Washes Up At Cupsogue Beach In Westhampton Sunday

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A 37-foot

A 37-foot



 humpback whale washed up at Cupsogue County Park on Sunday.   DANA SHAW

humpback whale washed up at Cupsogue County Park on Sunday. DANA SHAW

A 37-foot

A 37-foot



authorMichael Wright on May 5, 2019
UPDATE: 6:30 p.m. Sunday The Atlantic Marine Conservation Society will conduct a necropsy on the dead whale on Monday and is currently coordinating with municipal officials to for heavy equipment... more

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