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   CaliforniaMama  Monday Jan 6 08:25 PM

January 6, 2013 - Whale Conjoined Twins

The twins were found in a Baja California lagoon yesterday.

Sadly, they did not survive.

Conjoined twins have been seen in other whale species, but this is the first recorded gray whale find.

The twins were not full term and were probably miscarried.

One expert speculated that the mama whale may even have died as a result.

Photos by Jesus Gomez & Gabriela Rodriguez

via Grind TV

BigV  Monday Jan 6 10:56 PM

That *is* sad. And strange.

Griff  Tuesday Jan 7 06:03 AM

Yeah, it bummed me out along with the report of the Japanese taking more whales illegally...

SPUCK  Tuesday Jan 7 08:08 AM

Blimy! Whale ahoy.
Fetch my harpoon matey!!
Belay that...
Two harpoons!

Er um.. Just fetch me my bottle of rum instead.

Griff  Tuesday Jan 7 08:44 AM

That's the *cough* spirit.

xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Jan 7 11:14 AM

Makes me wonder how often this happens, because mostly what happens in the ocean, stays in the ocean.

Diaphone Jim  Tuesday Jan 7 12:09 PM

My first thought was not Japanese whaling but the Japanese nuclear disaster at Fukushima.

Griff  Tuesday Jan 7 12:22 PM

You may have a point.

SPUCK  Wednesday Jan 8 06:25 AM

or two?

xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Jan 8 08:51 AM

It appears a lot of shit is being blamed on Fukushima that shouldn't be. Some that's not even true.

BigV  Wednesday Jan 8 10:15 AM

Only a salp believes that shit.

Diaphone Jim  Sunday Jan 12 01:01 PM

I don't think it is a very good idea to downplay the possible end results of the Fukushima meltdown.

CaliforniaMama  Friday Jan 24 05:26 PM

It's not just that. Here in the States, even in California, they are finding frogs with some seriously weird birth defects. It's fertilizer getting in the water and chemical dumpage from manufacturing plants and medicines that we flush or pour down the drain that can't get filtered out by the water purification process.

We could all be on Prozac and not even know it!

Gravdigr  Friday Jan 24 05:54 PM

Originally Posted by Diaphone Jim View Post
My first thought was not Japanese whaling but the Japanese nuclear disaster at Fukushima.
If it was in Japan, there would be video of it being shoved up someone's nono place.

What? It would be.

Your reply here?

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