Experts do not know what caused the whale to enter the river in Australia, and are doing everything to drive it back to the sea.
Australian authorities are trying to steer a humpback whale (also known as a humpback whale) out of a crocodile-infested river in Australia’s Northern Territory.
The whale was with others of the same species in its annual migration when three of them “got it wrong”, experts say, and ended up entering a river and getting lost 30 kilometers from the coast. Two of the whales managed to swim out of the river, but at least one remains there.
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