In this May 24 photo, teachers and students from Northwest Montessori School in Seattle examine the carcass of a gray whale after it washed up on the coast of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. (AP Photo/Gene Johnson, file)

In this May 24 photo, teachers and students from Northwest Montessori School in Seattle examine the carcass of a gray whale after it washed up on the coast of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. (AP Photo/Gene Johnson, file)

Washington state waterfront owners asked to take dead whales

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