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Beluga whales rehomed in sea sanctuary in Iceland

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Beluga whales rehomed in sea sanctuary in Iceland

Beluga whales rehomed in sea sanctuary in Iceland

Two beluga whales have been transferred to the world's first open-watersanctuary for the breed in Klettsvik Bay, Iceland.

Little White and LittleGrey were previously performing whales in indoor captivity in Shanghai, China,but have been given a new life as part of a historic Sea Life Trustinitiative.


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