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  • Video | Beached Whales near Apache Pier

    Two Pygmy Sperm whales, an adult cow and her calf, beached themselves north of the Apache Pier on Thursday. The cow died but officials, marine biologists, and veterinarians worked to save the calf taking it to Ark Animal Hospital for further evaluation and treatment. The calf was later euthanized.

Two Pygmy Sperm whales, an adult cow and her calf, beached themselves north of the Apache Pier on Thursday. The cow died but officials, marine biologists, and veterinarians worked to save the calf taking it to Ark Animal Hospital for further evaluation and treatment. The calf was later euthanized. By Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com
Two Pygmy Sperm whales, an adult cow and her calf, beached themselves north of the Apache Pier on Thursday. The cow died but officials, marine biologists, and veterinarians worked to save the calf taking it to Ark Animal Hospital for further evaluation and treatment. The calf was later euthanized. By Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com

Mother and calf pygmy sperm whales wash ashore in Myrtle Beach area

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