NSRI has freed False Bay whale entangled in ropes

(this story has been updated)

NSRI has managed to free a southern right whale entangled in ropes in Fish Hoek, False Bay.

Traffic Services have been dispatched along Main Road Clovelly as a major bottle neck has been created as public stop to observe NSRI engaged in whale disentanglement operation.


This article first appeared on 702 : NSRI has freed False Bay whale entangled in ropes


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