The beluga whale suspected of being in the service of the Russian Navy in 2019 made a new appearance this weekend off the coast of Sweden. The animal, which belongs to the species of Delphinapterus Leucas, has been observed on the west coast of the Scandinavian country, according to an NGO that follows its movement. It has been spotted in the Oslo fjord and further south of the North Sea, at Hunnebostrand. Like four years ago, the news went around the world in the space of a few days. The difference is that the animal now appears emaciated and descends more quickly to the south, which scientists have difficulty explaining. The NGO that follows him fears that he will have trouble feeding himself in this more northern area.
The world had met Hvaldimir (hval, whale in Norwegian) four years ago. The white whale was discovered off Hammerfest, Norway, at the gateway to the Arctic, by three Norwegian fishermen. The animal, which was trying to bond with humans
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