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Sick whale flown to Hilo is extremely rare species - Hawaii News Now

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Steve:

Blood and other tests show this whale is suffering from kidney problems, "had not eaten in a very long time" and was badly dehydrated.
Sound familiar? This is also a beaked whale, teeth and any kind of ideas for looking for ulcers in a live animal might be something worth contacting them about.
 

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Beaked whale stable, refusing to eat solids - Maui News


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Beaked whale stable, refusing to eat solids
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