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Orca lost up the Seine: Killer whale lost in France’s Seine river is in poor health

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The whale, also known as an orca and usually found in open salt water, was swimming between the port city of Le Havre at the mouth of the Seine. Conservationists are concerned for the well-being of the animal, whose life appears in danger.
1 month ago·France

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A four-metre killer whale spotted on the Seine river in France

French authorities have spotted a killer whale on the river Seine that would have gone astray and needs to return to the sea as soon as possible. The 4-metre killer whale was first seen at the mouth of the river on May 16 between the port of Le Havre and the city of Honfleur in Normandy, but has since...

1 month ago·Barcelona, Spain
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Orca lost up the Seine: Killer whale lost in France’s Seine river is in poor health

PARIS, May 25 (Reuters) - A killer whale lost in the river Seine is in bad health and needs to get back to the sea as soon as possible, French authorities said on Wednesday.

1 month ago·South Africa
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A killer whale in distress spotted in the Seine

A cetacean has been going up the estuary of the river between Le Havre and Rouen for several days. While his health condition worsens, the caregivers can't really intervene.

1 month ago·Paris, France
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Fears for killer whale spotted in France's River Seine

The appearance of a killer whale miles up France’s Seine River has sparked amazement but also concern for the well-being of the animal, whose life appears in danger, conservationists said Wednesday. The whale, also known as an orca and usually...The post Fears for killer whale spotted in France’s River Seine appeared first on Expat Guide to France

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In France: A killer whale in great difficulty in the Seine

A killer whale has been observed in great difficulty in the Seine between Le Havre and Rouen, the Cotentin Cetacean Study Group (GECC) expressed concern on Wednesday.

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