Conjoined Whale Discovery Could Be a First

Remains of the conjoined gray whale calves were found in a lagoon in Mexico.
3:00 | 01/08/14

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A rare discovery in the sea of Cortez and Baja California a prime spot for whale watching something scientists are astonished by. What may be the first time ever the remains of Clinton joined gray whale twins have been found in -- lagoon. Experts say it appears the cavs did not live long and died very recently. Also that it's likely the mother didn't survive this birth gray whales usually give birth to a single calf.

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