Washington State Parks rangers will be leaving this dead whale to decay on the beach near Twin Harbors State Park south of Westport after it washed ashore Tuesday.
Washington State Parks rangers will be leaving this dead whale to decay on the beach near Twin Harbors State Park south of Westport after it washed ashore Tuesday. Washington State Parks Courtesy
Washington State Parks rangers will be leaving this dead whale to decay on the beach near Twin Harbors State Park south of Westport after it washed ashore Tuesday. Washington State Parks Courtesy

Is that dead whale you smell? The state is letting a carcass turn to crab food on the beach

May 25, 2017 6:42 PM

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