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French officials to use orcas sounds to guide lost killer whale back to sea

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A plan has been hatched to guide a killer whale adrift in France's River Seine back to the sea using orca sounds. The whale, whose health is deteriorating in fresh water, strayed from the ocean earlier this month. The 4-metre (13-foot) orca, identified as a male, was first spotted at the mouth of the Seine on May 16.
1 month ago·Paris, France

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French officials to use orcas sounds to guide lost killer whale back to sea

A plan has been hatched to guide a killer whale adrift in France's River Seine back to the sea — using orca sounds, local officials said on Friday.

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French officials to use orcas sounds to guide lost killer whale back to sea

PARIS : A plan has been hatched to guide a killer whale adrift in France's River Seine back to the sea — using orca sounds, local officials said on Friday. Following a meeting with national and international scientists, including marine mammal specialists, the local prefecture said it would monitor the k

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French officials to use orcas sounds to guide lost killer whale back to sea

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French officials to use orcas sounds to guide lost killer whale back to sea

A plan has been hatched to guide a killer whale adrift in France’s River Seine back to the sea — using orca sounds, local officials said on

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French officials to use orcas sounds to guide lost killer whale back to sea

A plan has been hatched to guide a killer whale adrift in France's River Seine back to the sea — using orca sounds, local officials said on Friday.

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