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Whale Tangled In Fishing Net Off Sagaponack Frees Itself

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author on Jul 17, 2019
A humpback whale escaped from a fishing net it had become entangled in off Sagaponack on Monday afternoon, after two surfers paddled up to it and were able to cut... more

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