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Correction to a July 11 story on a whale rescue

By The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER - A Canadian Press story published July 11 erroneously quoted Dr. Martin Haulena as saying a baby false killer whale hadn't yet had time to learn foraging predation and innovation skills. In fact, Haulena said the whale hadn't yet learned predation avoidance skills.

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