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February 15, 2012 4:13 PM

Scientists amazed as Pacific whales turn up far from home

When scientists fired a cigar-sized satellite tag into the blubber of a western gray whale off Russia's Sakhalin Island in September, they expected to track her along Asia's Pacific shoreline down to the South China Sea. To their surprise, the young female turned up off of Mexico's Baja Peninsula.

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