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HARVARD TO HAVE STRANGE WHALE FROM GLOUCESTER

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The two ton bottle-nosed whale that was found stranded with its calf off Gloucester last Friday is now being prepared for the University's zoological museum under the direction of Professor Thomas Harbour '06, associate curator of Reptiles and Amphibians at the University Museum of Comparative Zoology. As soon as the skeleton is cleaned it will be transported to Cambridge where the erecting will be done. It is a hyperoodon 23 feet long, a very rare species found usually in much colder regions.

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