NEWPORT, Ore. -- Oregon drivers will soon have another license plate to choose from.
The new gray whale plate has an image of a gray whale mother and her calf.
The Oregon State University Marine Mammal Institute has now sold 3,000 vouchers for the plates. For each voucher sold, the institute will get $35 to help fund research and education.
The plates won't be available until next year.
To buy one of the $40 plates, click here.
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