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Old Jan 20th 2006, 12:44 pm
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Could it be 2 Jags Prescott in The Thames having a whale of a time hoping a quick dip might rejuvenate him....nahhhh the rather large object seen swimming in The Thames past Parliament was identified as a northern bottle-nosed whale. Richard Sabin, whales and dolphins expert at the Natural History Museum, confirmed the animal was a whale. It is the first sighting of the species on the Thames since records began in 1913. It was on this side of Westminster Bridge and 10 minutes ago it was near the House of Commons. Liz Sandeman, a marine mammal medic, went out on a boat to examine the animal and it seemed 'healthy and relaxed'....meanwhile 2 jags was last seen hunkered down with his
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Could it be 2 Jags Prescott in The Thames having a whale of a time hoping a quick dip might rejuvenate him....nahhhh the rather large object seen swimming in The Thames past Parliament was identified as a northern bottle-nosed whale. Richard Sabin, whales and dolphins expert at the Natural History Museum, confirmed the animal was a whale. It is the first sighting of the species on the Thames since records began in 1913. It was on this side of Westminster Bridge and 10 minutes ago it was near the House of Commons. Liz Sandeman, a marine mammal medic, went out on a boat to examine the animal and it seemed 'healthy and relaxed'....meanwhile 2 jags was last seen hunkered down with his

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Old Jan 21st 2006, 12:00 pm
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just a little update...sadly...critical hrs for the whale ... rescue teams are trying to save the whale have now forced it into shallow waters so they can attempt to take control of it. The 16-18ft northern bottle-nosed whale had appeared to become confused and was heading inland today when it was approached at low-tide. Marine experts hope they can help the injured whale return to open waters....think cnn.com has a webcam set up...
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just a little update...sadly...critical hrs for the whale ... rescue teams are trying to save the whale have now forced it into shallow waters so they can attempt to take control of it. The 16-18ft northern bottle-nosed whale had appeared to become confused and was heading inland today when it was approached at low-tide. Marine experts hope they can help the injured whale return to open waters....think cnn.com has a webcam set up...
The thing came in shore to die peacefully ...and quietly ..
Leave the damn thing to do that ...
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The thing came in shore to die peacefully ...and quietly ..
Leave the damn thing to do that ...

hiya hey the family just might do that to you one of these days, just let you curl up and fade away nope for sure some truth in what you say....I just happen to love animals and want what's best for them but as they can't tell us difficult to judge...
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