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WELLFLEET — The International Fund for Animal Welfare believe that they are the first to ever attach a satellite tag to a stranded baleen whale after getting one on a minke that was stranded and later refloated Thursday near Mayo Beach.The Yarmouth Port-based organization has attached satellite tags to stranded dolphins previously, but this is the first known case of a satellite tag being attached to a stranded baleen whale, said Brian Sharp, the manager of the [...]

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