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whale

see CETACEAN.
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(2010) noted a decrease in pilot whale strandings, associated with the decline in density of this species in the SCB.
In this paper, I don't intend to uncover the mystery of whale stranding, but by making use of Liu's unraveling of the mystery, I intend to show Liu's idea of being (in contact) with the animal on the one hand, and on the other, I argue that contact with the animal is the driving force to motivate Liu to go beyond over and over again the solipsistic sphere of anthropocentric manual touch and homogenizing visual capacity.
Some scientists have linked -- sonar to whale stranding. Next to the source, the sonar sound levels can reach over --, similar to levels next to a -- engine.
In addition, there are nearly perfect descriptions of research operations at sea, believable characters, whale stranding, a love story complete with dual careers, and even a "sleeper" spy on a Woods Hole oceanographic research vessel.
In another unrelated incident of whale stranding, 10 pygmy killer whales were found stranded on 90 Mile beach in Northland, of which two were euthanized, over the weekend.
This is the worst whale stranding in Ireland since 65 of the animals died in the 1960s.
There's no documentary without special effects these days, so brace yourself for an impressive computer-assisted recreation of a sperm whale stranding 20 men in the middle of the ocean in three small boats.
The DOC said in a statement that whale strandings are not uncommon in New Zealand and that there are about 85 incidents a year.