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his photo provided by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife shows Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Technician Clayton Parson standing next to a dead whale near Ocean Shores, Wash. on Thursday, June 13, 2013.  WDFW biologists are examining the dead whale that was found washed ashore Thursday morning on the coast about four miles north of Ocean Shores. Ayres, who happened to be nearby, says the whale is 53 feet long. He says, although it's smelly it apparently hasn't been dead too long and should provide some good samples. Ayres says it's not a gray whale, the most common type of whale to die in Washington waters. But it is a baleen whale and could be a fin, sei (sy) or blue whale.  (AP Photo/Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Dan Ayres)



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