Two locals patrolling Drakes Beach early last Monday morning—volunteers for the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Association’s beach watch surveying program—found a nine-foot carcass of a sea creature ravaged by sharks. Biologists from the park and the California Academy of Sciences who responded to the scene hypothesize that the animal was a newborn Hubbs’ beaked . . .

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