Boaters are urged to use caution in the waters off South Carolina and Georgia as endangered right whales return to the area. The whales often swim close to the water's surface, putting them at risk of propellor strikes.
Boaters are urged to use caution in the waters off South Carolina and Georgia as endangered right whales return to the area. The whales often swim close to the water's surface, putting them at risk of propellor strikes. Photo provided by Peter Duley of NOAA/NEFSC
Boaters are urged to use caution in the waters off South Carolina and Georgia as endangered right whales return to the area. The whales often swim close to the water's surface, putting them at risk of propellor strikes. Photo provided by Peter Duley of NOAA/NEFSC

Boaters, beware: Whales return to area waters

November 18, 2012 11:16 PM

UPDATED November 18, 2012 11:33 PM

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