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A MASSIVE AMOUNT OF ANCHOVIES ARE ATTRACTING RECORD NUMBERS OF HUMPBACK WHALES TO THE CENTRAL COAST.    WHALE WATCH PILOTS SAY THE EPIC NUMBER OF ANCHOVY SCHOOLS HAVE BROUGHT HUNDREDS OF WHALES, ALONG WITH SOME BLUE WHALES, TO THE MONTEREY PENINSULA, NEAR MOSS LANDING AND SANTA CRUZ.    ONE WHALE WATCHING TOUR GUIDE REPORTED AN ANCHOVY SCHOOL TO BE ABOUT 200-FEET DEEP AND OVER A MILE LONG.     OFFICIALS SAY ANCHOVIES USUALLY SHOW UP DURING LATE SUMMER WHEN LOCAL STREAM FLOWS ARE LOW, AND A HIGH SALINITY LEVEL IS PRESENT OF NEAR-SHORE SALTWATER.

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