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London's 'Moby Dick'

On this day last year a whale swam up the Thames to the centre of London. Thousands of people gathered on the bank to watch zoologists try to rescue it. Unfortunately it was sick and died on the way back to the sea:smileysad: Its skeleton and its story are now on display at Tate Modern and there is a video about it on this BBC website:-
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Roger Payne on whales

Hi Choisya,
on your link I found a program with Roger Payne, great! Thanks for these links. ziki
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