YOUNG BELUGA WHALE STRUGGLING AFTER RELOCATION, MARINE MAMMAL GROUP SAYS

It is unclear whether a young whale flown from a New Brunswick river to Quebec is able to eat or has joined other belugas, a marine mammal group says.

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