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Beluga rescued in the Seine river in France

Strayed Arctic animals all the way to the Seine in France are one step away from swimming home.

A beluga whale, first spotted in the Seine between Paris and the city of Rouen, was finally removed from the river early Wednesday morning.

The marine creature was first spotted in the Seine River early last week when French firefighters captured drone footage of a whale resting in the water.

How the cetacean, an animal that normally lives in the Arctic Ocean, reached northern France is unknown, but the French authorities' rescue efforts to save this whale were extraordinary.

Al Jazeerasaid a team of about 60 marine experts participated in his 1,800-pound whale catch. This required the use of a large net and took almost 6 hours.

Veterinarians take care of a beluga whale that was stranded in the River Seine at Notre Dame de la-Garenne, northern France, on August 9, 2022
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Rescuers pull up a net as they rescue a beluga whale stranded in the River Seine at Notre Dame de la-Garenne, northern France, on August 9, 2022.
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Believe it or not, a weight of around 2,000 pounds is considered dangerously underweight for a beluga whale. Beluga appetite experts have tried to stimulate it with vitamins and live trout, but to no avail.

Environmental group Sea Shepherd in Francetracks rescue efforts on social media but finds whales "no longer digesting" and explain the shortage. eat.

After this spectacle, far from home, the beluga whales were loaded into refrigerated trucks and then taken to the French port town of Ouistreham. There they are placed in a saltwater basin and monitored for health. Expert.

Beluga whale that strayed into France's Seine river swims near the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garenne lock-in Saint-Pierre-la-Garenne, France, August 9, 2022. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Pool
Reuters/Benoit Tessier/Pool
Firefighters and members of a search and rescue team conduct a mission to move a Beluga whale which strayed into the France's Seine river to a saltwater basin, near the Notre-Dame-de-la-Garenne lock in Saint-Pierre-la-Garenne, France, August 9, 2022. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

The future of the distant wandering whale is uncertain, but environmentalists still support the whale's extraordinary journey. increase.

``Everything has been done to maximize the chances of survival. 's support and care can proceed," Sea Shepherd France shared online..