A Bryde’s whale with a good appetite visits S China’s Shenzhen

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A whale was seen foraging in Dapeng Bay, Shenzhen, south China’s Guangdong Province this week.

It was first seen by fishermen on Tuesday, who recorded a video and went viral on the Internet. Later, Professor Chen Bingyao, an expert in cetacean studies from Nanjing Normal University, came here and confirmed it was a Bryde’s whale.

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