posted on Jan, 20 2006 @ 12:05 PM
That's right. Theres a Northern Bottlenose Whale swimming through the River Thames.
The whale is about 20 feet long and is normally found in the colder water of the North Atlantic. The last time a whale was recorded in the Thames was
This whale is also swimming up
stream, which means that it is either ill or confused. Lets hope the latter. It has also run aground a few
times, but been freed by officials.
Lets all hope he gets out all right.