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Saturday, January 21, 2006

All together now - heave!

Around 30 people just lifted Gonzo out of the water for a moment, giving the crowds their first real glimpse of this massive mammal.


Blogger Will said...

They are now covering the whale with what looks like some kind of white material, I suppose they are trying to keep the whales skin wet.

12:50 PM  
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