Grayson - Chapter Four Summary & Analysis

Lynne Cox
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Steve was jumping up and down and shouting something at Cox. She swam closer to see what was wrong. He told her there was a baby whale following her. If she were to swim to shore and the baby were to try to follow her, he would run aground and die because the weight of his body on the beach would cause his lungs to collapse. Steve told her about the migration pattern of the whales from Baja where the females traveled to give birth in the autumn of the year to their feeding grounds in the Bering and Chukchi seas in the spring. He guessed the baby whale must have gotten separated from its mother. For the first eight months of its life, these baby whales were dependent on their mothers’ milk for food. If it were to remain separated from its...

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