Katie Graver

Biologist at Ocean Institute in Dana Point

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Blue Whales are the largest animals on Earth, and they used to be rare South of Santa Barbara. That has now  changed .

Blue Whales Sighted in Southern California

Blue Whales are the largest animals on Earth, and they used to be rare South of Santa Barbara. That has now changed .

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