The Loch Ness Monster Moves to the Thames

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What you see in this video will leave you with your mouth open. Tens of kilometres from its natural habitat, a Beluga whale has been spotted on the River Thames.

The mammal, white in colour, has been seen near Essex. Dozens of onlookers congregated along the shore to see this strange visitor. It is not the first time that the Thames has been visited by mammals of this species.

Already in 2015, another copy decided to embark on their adventure through these waters. In addition, whales are not the only marine mammals that love the river.

Among many others, it is common to find seals and dolphins. They are not the Loch Ness monster, but almost.



Source: Las Provincias