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Friday, January 20, 2006

Save the whale

Experts are calling for the whale to be removed from the water, as it will find it difficult to get back out past the Thames Barrier. Could this be possible?

4 Comments:

Blogger Wendy Slocum said...

Our whales are doing strange things lately. Fin whales in the English Channel earlier this week as well as fin whales only a few metres off the coast of West Cork three weeks ago. Let us know if you would like more info.
Wendy Slocum
Whale Watch West Cork
www.whalewatchwestcork.com

2:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How did Gonzo get through the thames barrier in the first place?

Anyone?

5:33 AM  
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