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ENVIRONMENT WHALE
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July 13, 2002
A group of marine researchers in Manchester, Washington, lower Orca
whale 'A73,' nicknamed "Springer"...
Manchester, United States of America
MARINE RESEARCHERS WATCH AS ORCA WHALE A73 IS HOISTED OUT OF HOLDING
PEN.
A group of marine researchers in Manchester, Washington, lower Orca
whale 'A73,' nicknamed "Springer" by local media, into its temporary
pen on the high speed catamaran Catalina Jet, which will transport the
whale to the Johnstone Strait in British Columbia, Canada, July 13,
2002. Scientists captured the whale on June 13, nursed it back to
health and are attempting to reintroduce it to its native pod in a
wilder environment after it inhabited the metropolitan waters of Puget
Sound near Seattle alone for several months. REUTERS/Anthony P.
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