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Humpback whale, abandoned calf alongside University of Hawaii research boat.  This young calf lived only a few days after being abandoned or separated from its mother, and was eventually attacked by tiger sharks, Megaptera novaeangliae, Maui Humpback whale, abandoned calf alongside Hawaii Whale Research Foundation research boat. This young calf lived only a few days after being abandoned or separated from its mother, and was eventually attacked by tiger sharks, Megaptera novaeangliae, Maui Humpback whale, abandoned calf alongside Hawaii Whale Research Foundation research boat. This young calf lived only a few days after being abandoned or separated from its mother, and was eventually attacked by tiger sharks, Megaptera novaeangliae, Maui Humpback whale, abandoned calf alongside Hawaii Whale Research Foundation research boat. This young calf lived only a few days after being abandoned or separated from its mother, and was eventually attacked by tiger sharks, Megaptera novaeangliae, Maui Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long, Balantiocheilus melanopterus Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long, Balantiocheilus melanopterus Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long, Balantiocheilus melanopterus Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long, Balantiocheilus melanopterus

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Updated: April 21, 2021