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Whales bound for Antarctica take a wrong turn, end up in Kakadu river

SBS Saturday, 12 September 2020
In what's believed to be a first, three humpback whales found themselves in the crocodile-infested East Alligator River in Kakadu National Park.
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News video: “Like a Loch Ness Monster,” Humpback Whales Seen Trapped in Croc-Infested Waters

“Like a Loch Ness Monster,” Humpback Whales Seen Trapped in Croc-Infested Waters 01:08

Experts say these whales must have made a wrong turn during high tide. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.

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