Attempts to breed Beluga whales in France’s Seine River have so far failed

In this aerial image, taken by a drone from the environmental group Sea Shepherd, shows a beluga whale in the Seine river in the Saint-Pierre-la-Garenne region, west of Paris, Friday, August 5, 2022. French authorities are tracking a beluga whale that has strayed far from its Artic habitat into the Seine, raising concerns that the pale white mammal I could starve if it stayed on the waterway that runs through Paris and beyond. French environmentalists are hoping to feed a worryingly skinny Beluga whale that has strayed far from its Arctic habitat into the Seine. (Sea Shepherd via AP)

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