Blue Whale and Fetus Wash Ashore California Beach

During the first weekend in October 2010, an 85-foot blue whale washed up on the shore of Bean Hollow State Beach in Pescadero, California. Blue whales are known to be the largest species living on earth.

On October 7, scientists announced that the cause of the whale’s death was due to the blunt force from a collision with a passing ship. The whale was pregnant at the time, and her fetus washed up close by.

I produced this video (camera, video editing, writing) for Half Moon Bay Patch.com.

Blue Whale and Fetus at Bean Hollow State Beach, Pescadero, California from kristine a. wong on Vimeo.

blue whale at Bean Hollow State Beach

A still from the video.

The fetus of the blue whale at Bean Hollow State Beach

A still from the video of the whale's fetus on shore.

Blue whale and fetus wash ashore on Bean Hollow State Beach, Pescadero, California

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