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Looking for the big one
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Posted: 2013 Jan 18 - 06:11

Randy Barber/staff photographer

Marineland Whale Survey Project volunteer, Griff Winthrop of Deltona, looks for signs of any endangered North Atlantic Right Whales migrating from the Sunglow Fishing Pier in Daytona Beach Shores, Saturday, Jan. 12. There are less than 400 Right Whales left in the world. Right Whales populations have dwindled to less than 400 in the world, due to their slow speed and feeding on krill near the surface of the water, making it easy for whale hunters to kill. For more information about the project, visit www.aswh.org.




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