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In this April 12 photo taken by Lisa Sette on Stellwagen Bank off of Massachusetts, a right whale known as “Kleenex” is entangled in fishing gear. Rescuers were working to disentangle the whale, which is a member of one of the rarest species of marine mammal in the world. Photo is copyright Center for Coastal Studies. (Lisa Sette/Center for Coastal Studies via AP)

Rescuers try to disentangle endangered right whale off Massachusetts

Researchers off the coast of Provincetown said Saturday they’ll keep trying to free an endangered North Atlantic right whale from fishing line wrapped around her jaw.  

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