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A Humpback Whale has found its way up the Sacramento again

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  • A Humpback Whale has found its way up the Sacramento again

    http://contracostatimes.com/search/ci_5897845

    The poor thing has a fishing net wrapped around its mouth. Humphery always interested me, so this is kind of exciting, but sad at the same time that its intangeled in a net.

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    Re: A Humpback Whale has found its way up the Sacramento again

    Awww. Poor whales! I remember the whole Humphrey thing... it fascinated me! I remember every time we drove over a bridge for years after that I looked for him. I hope the whales get back to their pod safely. They are the most beautiful creatures....

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      Re: A Humpback Whale has found its way up the Sacramento again

      I just saw on the news that the whales are now in Sacramento.
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        Re: A Humpback Whale has found its way up the Sacramento again

        Yeah, I was able to see Humphrey first hand. We were boating in Rio Vista when he made his way through. You could see my boat in the background on the evening news.

        I hope these two make their way back downriver like Humphrey did...

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