EXPLOSIVES GET RID OF DEAD WHALE Officials decide the only way to get a dead whale off the beach at Warrenton, Oregon is to blow it up using 500 lbs. of explosives. The explosion promptly scatters sand and pieces of whale everywhere with messy results - maybe not the best idea!
NATURALIST SAVE BABY WHALE CAUGHT IN NET In the waters off of Australia's Gold Coast naturalists work to save a 6 month old baby humpback whale that was caught in a shark's net. During the rescue efforts, the baby whales mother and other members of its pod circled the rescue team.
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Date: October 27, 2000 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:31:00, With Audio
BEAUTIFUL ALASKA Various shots of Alaska. Snow covered mountains, a dog sled including a POV of the musher, native people dancing, a totem pole, bear cubs running, mountain goats, a cruise ship, tourists pointing, a glacier calfing, killer whales in the ocean, boats in port, a bus driving on a road with a glacier off to the side and a CU of wildflowers.
Date: 1990s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:53:00, No Audio
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