Gray whale seen south of equator for the first time

05/17/2013 | Discovery

A gray whale has been spotted south of the equator for the first time in recorded history. Scientists speculate ice melts that have opened the Northwest Passage may have given the whale an opportunity to move farther south. Researchers say that if the whale doesn't make its way back north, it may not survive.

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