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Originally posted by Dr Love
Forget your damned tea and crumpets for a minute and save the freakin' whales.
Originally posted by isisinanna
Is this possibly another sign of Global Climate Changes?
Did you know that Russia~~Moscow are are having RECORD LOWS...It's true....
This lonely whale may very well be some kind of sign.....of course, he may have just gotten lost too , right?> Doubt that..Ill? Maybe..
Originally posted by picklewalsh
DrLove if you have nothing over, then unfunny, offencive, stereo-types, please go and annoy some one else.
Originally posted by DeusEx
Ummm...not to put too fine a point on it...but I was under the impression that there was a measureable amount of coc aine in the Thames, what with london's drug epidemic.
COuld this have somethign to do with it?
A possible sighting of a whale in the River Thames near Greenwich has given fresh hope that it may soon reach the sea and ultimately safety.
Tony Woodley, of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue Group, said it was spotted by a member of public at around 2045 GMT in Greenwich.
From an article on www.biologynews.net
“Whales have very traditional feeding grounds and their migratory routes along coastlines have become incredibly noisy, urbanized habitats,” [Cornell researcher Christopher W. Clark] explains. “Acoustic smog is shrinking their world.”
Astonishingly, scientists even found that water from the Thames already treated by sewage works still held an estimated concentration of 20,000 doses, or 80,000 lines, of coc aine.