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Cuvier's beaked whale ranges through the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, but its Gulf population is considered unique and isolated.
Sarah Kaplan at The Washington Post reports that True’s beaked whale was first identified in 1913 by Frederick William True, the first curator of marine mammals at the Smithsonian Institution.
According to the center, the blasts may deafen the animal and cause internal hemorrhaging and lesions found in the growing number of dead beaked whales that have washed up on beaches.
In Hollywood, a dead beaked whale was found, in addition to twisted metal that looked like part of an airplane.
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