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At Least 17 Sperm Whales Washed Up on North Sea Shores
"It’s rather extraordinary and somewhat mind-blowing," Charles "Stormy" Mayo, senior scientist and director of right whale ecology at Provincetown, MA’s Center for Coastal Studies tells William J. Kole for the Associated Press.

Once hunted for their oil and baleen, right whales are now one of the most endangered ocean-dwelling species on Earth. According to the Center for Coastal Studies, there are only 526 individual whales still alive in the world, Steve Annear reports for the Boston Globe. While Cape Cod Bay was once a favorite feeding ground for the whales during their spring migrations, few have been seen in the bay up until the last few years.

“There has been a huge pulse in numbers in the past few years,” Amy Knowlton, a researcher with the New England Aquarium’s Right Whale Research Project, tells Kole. “Right whales are probably scouting for food all the time. Maybe when one of them finds it, they call their friends.”

After decades of spotting only a handful of right whales in the bay each year, scientists have been caught off-guard by the recent resurgence. Right now, there’s no clear reason for the whales’ return, although Mayo suspects it may be due to an influx of plankton caused by shifting ocean currents.

“They’re a little like cows in a field,” Mayo tells Kole. “They go away from places that are not good and go to places that are good.”

In recent years, scientists have spotted nearly half of all living right whales over the course of the spring, and this year is already on track for a new record. Researchers began getting reports of right whales in late February, and expect sightings to keep rising until late April or early May, Annear reports.

While right whales travel as far south as coastal Georgia and Florida in order to give birth during colder seasons, most of the time they tend to hang out in the western Atlantic Ocean, typically near the Gulf of Maine. In February, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association officially expanded the right whale’s “critical territory” off of the New England coastline by about seven times, in addition to adding thousands of square nautical miles to their protected breeding grounds in the south, Annear reports.

“They are a lot rarer than tigers, and elephants, and other big-time animals,” Mayo tells Annear. “Everyone who lives along the coastline is dealing with a nearly-extinct species. It’s a last-of-the-dinosaurs kind of thing.”

aking a crossword puzzle isn’t easy: crossword puzzle makers, or cruciverbalists, have to follow strict rules in building their brain teasers. Needless to say, copying another person’s puzzle is a serious taboo. Now, thanks to some detective work and a database containing decades of crosswords, a group of puzzle-makers say one of the country’s most prominent crossword editors may have plagiarized answers and themes in more than 1,500 puzzles over the last 20 years.

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The puzzle maker at the center of the story is Timothy Parker, who edits crossword puzzles for Universal Uclick, a company that produces puzzles for hundreds of newspapers and magazines around the country, including USA Today and Smithsonian Magazine. As FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder reports, an analysis of a massive crossword puzzle database maintained by a software engineer revealed that 1,537 puzzles that Parker edited for Universal and USA Today were at least 75 percent similar to previously published puzzles, and more than 60 copied elements from New York Times' crossword puzzles.

“The puzzles in question repeated themes, answers, grids and clues from Times puzzles published years earlier,” Roeder writes. “Hundreds more of the puzzles edited by Parker are nearly verbatim copies of previous puzzles that Parker also edited. Most of those have been republished under fake author names.”

This scandal is causing a stir among crossword makers and fans alike, many of whom see puzzlemaking as an art form. While longtime New York Times crossword editor Will Shortz says he expects crossword puzzles to sometimes share themes and answers, he was surprised by what the number of similarities between puzzles that Parker edited.

“When the same theme answers appear in the same order from one publication to the next, that makes you look closer,” Shortz tells Eli Rosenberg for the New York Times. “When they appear with the same clues, that looks suspicious. And when it happens repeatedly, then you know it’s plagiarism.”

For the most part, crossword puzzles published in newspapers are submitted by readers and selected by editors. In order to be published, there are certain rules a puzzle must follow: words must have at least three characters, the grid has to fit a standard size of 15 by 15 (or 21 by 21 for the Sunday puzzles), grids should be symmetrical along the diagonal and each word should be part of both a horizontal and a vertical clue, Jessie Guy-Ryan writes for Atlas Obscura.
At Least 17 Sperm Whales Washed Up on North Sea Shores
"It’s rather extraordinary and somewhat mind-blowing," Charles "Stormy" Mayo, senior scientist and director of right whale ecology at Provincetown, MA’s Center for Coastal Studies tells William J. Kole for the Associated Press.

Once hunted for their oil and baleen, right whales are now one of the most endangered ocean-dwelling species on Earth. According to the Center for Coastal Studies, there are only 526 individual whales still alive in the world, Steve Annear reports for the Boston Globe. While Cape Cod Bay was once a favorite feeding ground for the whales during their spring migrations, few have been seen in the bay up until the last few years.

“There has been a huge pulse in numbers in the past few years,” Amy Knowlton, a researcher with the New England Aquarium’s Right Whale Research Project, tells Kole. “Right whales are probably scouting for food all the time. Maybe when one of them finds it, they call their friends.”

After decades of spotting only a handful of right whales in the bay each year, scientists have been caught off-guard by the recent resurgence. Right now, there’s no clear reason for the whales’ return, although Mayo suspects it may be due to an influx of plankton caused by shifting ocean currents.

“They’re a little like cows in a field,” Mayo tells Kole. “They go away from places that are not good and go to places that are good.”

In recent years, scientists have spotted nearly half of all living right whales over the course of the spring, and this year is already on track for a new record. Researchers began getting reports of right whales in late February, and expect sightings to keep rising until late April or early May, Annear reports.

While right whales travel as far south as coastal Georgia and Florida in order to give birth during colder seasons, most of the time they tend to hang out in the western Atlantic Ocean, typically near the Gulf of Maine. In February, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association officially expanded the right whale’s “critical territory” off of the New England coastline by about seven times, in addition to adding thousands of square nautical miles to their protected breeding grounds in the south, Annear reports.

“They are a lot rarer than tigers, and elephants, and other big-time animals,” Mayo tells Annear. “Everyone who lives along the coastline is dealing with a nearly-extinct species. It’s a last-of-the-dinosaurs kind of thing.”

aking a crossword puzzle isn’t easy: crossword puzzle makers, or cruciverbalists, have to follow strict rules in building their brain teasers. Needless to say, copying another person’s puzzle is a serious taboo. Now, thanks to some detective work and a database containing decades of crosswords, a group of puzzle-makers say one of the country’s most prominent crossword editors may have plagiarized answers and themes in more than 1,500 puzzles over the last 20 years.

RELATED CONTENT
Why Crossword Puzzles Are Still Mostly Written By Humans
Forensic Astronomer Solves Fine Arts Puzzles
The puzzle maker at the center of the story is Timothy Parker, who edits crossword puzzles for Universal Uclick, a company that produces puzzles for hundreds of newspapers and magazines around the country, including USA Today and Smithsonian Magazine. As FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder reports, an analysis of a massive crossword puzzle database maintained by a software engineer revealed that 1,537 puzzles that Parker edited for Universal and USA Today were at least 75 percent similar to previously published puzzles, and more than 60 copied elements from New York Times' crossword puzzles.

“The puzzles in question repeated themes, answers, grids and clues from Times puzzles published years earlier,” Roeder writes. “Hundreds more of the puzzles edited by Parker are nearly verbatim copies of previous puzzles that Parker also edited. Most of those have been republished under fake author names.”

This scandal is causing a stir among crossword makers and fans alike, many of whom see puzzlemaking as an art form. While longtime New York Times crossword editor Will Shortz says he expects crossword puzzles to sometimes share themes and answers, he was surprised by what the number of similarities between puzzles that Parker edited.

“When the same theme answers appear in the same order from one publication to the next, that makes you look closer,” Shortz tells Eli Rosenberg for the New York Times. “When they appear with the same clues, that looks suspicious. And when it happens repeatedly, then you know it’s plagiarism.”

For the most part, crossword puzzles published in newspapers are submitted by readers and selected by editors. In order to be published, there are certain rules a puzzle must follow: words must have at least three characters, the grid has to fit a standard size of 15 by 15 (or 21 by 21 for the Sunday puzzles), grids should be symmetrical along the diagonal and each word should be part of both a horizontal and a vertical clue, Jessie Guy-Ryan writes for Atlas Obscura.

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