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    Whale Sightings Break Record in Southern Californiai
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    January 15, 2014 9:52 PM
    Tourists are flocking to the Southern California coast for whale watching tours. In the last month, a record number of whales have been sighted off the coast of Long Beach, just south of Los Angeles. Marine biologists are trying to find out why. Elizabeth Lee has this report from a whale watching boat.

    Whale Sightings Break Record in Southern California

    Published January 15, 2014

    Tourists are flocking to the Southern California coast for whale watching tours. In the last month, a record number of whales have been sighted off the coast of Long Beach, just south of Los Angeles. Marine biologists are trying to find out why. Elizabeth Lee has this report from a whale watching boat.


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