USCB senior Rebecca Rawson participates in a necropsy at Mitchelville Beach on Hilton Head Island on Dec. 1 alongside National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officials.
USCB senior Rebecca Rawson participates in a necropsy at Mitchelville Beach on Hilton Head Island on Dec. 1 alongside National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officials. Submitted photo
USCB senior Rebecca Rawson participates in a necropsy at Mitchelville Beach on Hilton Head Island on Dec. 1 alongside National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officials. Submitted photo

USCB students aid in necropsies of stranded dolphin, whales

December 10, 2012 10:14 PM

UPDATED December 10, 2012 10:25 PM

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