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The US Coast Guard has issued a warning for New Jersey-area boaters to watch out for a whale possibly tangled in netting or other materials.
Officials said a humpback whale was spotted near Raritan Bay on Saturday. By that afternoon, the large mammal had gone under water and wasn’t found after 30 minutes of searching by a Coast Guard rescue boat and New Jersey State Police vessel.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Coast Guard and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration told boaters to keep an eye out for the possibly entangled whale and others – and to make sure to stay at least 100 yards away from them.
— CoastGuardNews (@CoastGuardNews) July 1, 2018
A possible humpback whale is in distress in the Raritan Bay, according to the Coast Guard. https://t.co/swvAEVTwyr
— USCG Aux (Official) (@USCGAux) July 1, 2018
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