Whale freed after being stranded at lock along River Thames in London

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  • Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Whale freed after being stranded at lock along River Thames in London” – below is their description.

    A small whale has been freed after it became stranded along the River Thames in south-west London. Hundreds of people gathered at Richmond lock and weir after the whale, believed to be a minke and between three to four metres long, became stuck on the lock’s boat rollers. Footage posted from the scene showed the whale finally being freed at about 1am.

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