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Friday, January 20, 2006

Police back off - whale almost beaches

The whale is being followed by three boats - two police and one that looks like an RNLI lifeguard boat. At one point, the boats had to back off suddenly, as there were fears that the whale could beach on the rough shingle by the edge of the river.

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