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Seals Are Stranded in a Canadian Town, and People Wonder What to Do

NYTimes.com Friday, 11 January 2019 ()
Seals Are Stranded in a Canadian Town, and People Wonder What to DoFor more than a week, seals have been in Roddickton-Bide Arms, Newfoundland, and they can’t seem to find their way home.
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Dozens of seals got stranded in a small Canadian town when a bay froze over. Now residents fear they’ll starve to death

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