Storms Dump Wild Stuff, Rarities on Oregon Beaches

Thursday, 25 October 2007
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Shark found on N. coast (photo Tiffany Boothe, Seaside Aquarium) A series of storms last week has causes a pile of rare and wild stuff to wash up on Oregon coast beaches.

Beachcombers have found everything from cute little critters like sharks to ugly gooey things like jellyfish.

Tiffany Boothe of the Seaside Aquarium in Oregon made a very rare find when they found a long-beaked common dolphin. They said the staff have never seen one wash up before.

More info: beachconnection.net
Shark found on N. coast (photo Tiffany Boothe, Seaside Aquarium) A series of storms last week has causes a pile of rare and wild stuff to wash up on Oregon coast beaches.

Beachcombers have found everything from cute little critters like sharks to ugly gooey things like jellyfish.

Tiffany Boothe of the Seaside Aquarium in Oregon made a very rare find when they found a long-beaked common dolphin. They said the staff have never seen one wash up before.

More info: beachconnection.net


David Johnston

David Johnston

David Johnston has been introducing people to the sport of sea kayaking for the past 15 years. He is a senior instructor trainer with Paddle Canada and teaches for several paddling schools in Ontario, Canada. Full Bio.

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