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Orca Grieving Dead Calf Spotted Near Washington's Olympic Peninsula

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Orca Grieving Dead Calf Spotted Near Washington's Olympic PeninsulaAn endangered orca grieving her dead calf was found still clinging to her baby more than two weeks after the newborn died.
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News video: Grieving orca still carrying her dead calf more nearly three weeks later

▶ Grieving orca still carrying her dead calf more nearly three weeks later 05:03

After nearly three weeks, an orca is still swimming with her dead calf through the Puget Sound. Now researches are concerned about her health. Wildlife Biologist Jeff Corwin joined CBSN to explain the origins of what researchers are calling the whale’s “tour of grief.”

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