Another dead whale has washed up on a Bay Area beach, the seventh in just six weeks.
A dead gray whale found on a Half Moon Bay beach Tuesday was towed out to sea Thursday morning, a day after crews finished burying two other whales on a Pacifica beach.
A dead gray whale that washed onto the shore in Half Moon Bay was spotted Tuesday. It was the sixth dead whale to wash onto Northern California beaches in the last five weeks.
Two whales that turned up dead on a Pacifica beach in recent weeks will be buried there at the request of the city, according to police.
People strolling on San Francisco’s waterfront Wednesday report a rare treat, the site of two whales entering the Golden Gate.
The humpback was discovered on Pacifica’s Sharp Park Beach on Monday evening.
A whale carcass was found on a beach in Pacifica Tueday morning, making it the fifth dead whale to wash ashore a Northern California beach in three weeks.
Graffiti bearing the name of a Bay Area motorcycle gang was found on a dead whale rotting on a Pacifica beach Monday.
Researchers flocked to the Mendocino coast after a killer whale beached itself and died, giving scientists the chance to study the rare occurrence.
The federal government is proposing removing most of the world’s humpback whale population from the endangered species list.