A Infant Sperm Whale Was Is OK After Being Trapped On Shore North Of San Diego
A infant sperm whale got stranded on some rocks close to San Diego and was saved Monday by the Sea World Animal Rescue team.
The infant whale was about fifteen to 18 feet long and weighed about 1.5 tons.
The whale had rubbed itself on some sharp rocks but was not hurt very bad.
The rescuers arrived at the whale approximately 9:30 PM on Sunday and near Midnight took the baby whale about half a mile out to sea and let it go. The infant whale swam away by itself, which was a great signal.
The volunteers was unable to identify the sex of the whale.
Kudos to Sea World for helping an animal in despair. We need to view more good acts like this more frequently.
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