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It took 80 people to rescue a malnourished beluga whale trapped in the River Seine

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Veterinarians take care of a beluga whale that was stranded in the River Seine at Notre Dame de la-Garenne, northern France, on August 9, 2022. JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER/AFP via Getty Images 80 people rescued a beluga whale trapped in the River Seine, according to French news channel BFM-TV.
The AFP News Agency reported the whale was first spotted in the river on August 2.
French officials haven't been able to determine how the whale ended up in the Seine.
It took 80 people to rescue a malnourished beluga whale trapped in the River Seine, according to French news channel BFM-TV. The BBC...
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