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Dead whale towed off Los Angeles beach ahead of holiday
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Lifeguards tie a dead humpback whale's tail after it washed ashore at Dockweiler Beach along the Los Angeles coastline on Friday, July 1, 2016. The whale floated in Thursday evening. It is approximately 40 feet long and is believed to have been between

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Mark your calendars and stock up on tissues: On Sept. 30, the European Space Agency's Rosetta orbiter will crash into a cometary cemetery. After two years circling Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko and doing some great science, the spacecraft will be no …
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