Humpback whales stray up tropical Aussie river

A trio of humpback whales—usually bound for Antarctica this time of year—took a wrong turn, heading up a crocodile-infested north Australian river with scientists hoping Saturday they will all return to the sea safely.

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Last updated on 14 September 2020

Type: 
Media Watch
Country: 
Australia
Region: 
Oceania
Western Pacific
Species: 
Megaptera novaeangliae
Species group: 
Marine mammals