Sunday, 7 June 2020

Whale Runs Ashore in Playa Cabuyal

A more than 20 meters whale ran aground in Playa Cabuyal, in Papagayo, Guanacaste, amazing visitors, and biologists.

The marine mammal appeared on the shores of the beach on Tuesday and hours later passed away.

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Biologists say that a similar event had been seen on this beach for more than 20 years.

Photos and report from Guananoticias.com

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