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Beluga whales caught in the Seine river in France don't eat

Environmentalists in France are working around the clock to feed dangerously thin beluga whales that have strayed into the Seine. So far they have not been successful.

Marine conservation group Sea Shepherd France tweeted on Saturday. Any fish offered to him is always ignored.

A lost beluga whale was first spotted earlier this week in a French river far from its Arctic habitat. Drone footage later captured by a French fire brigade showed the whale meandering slowly in the bright green waters between Paris and the Normandy city of Rouen, dozens of kilometers inland from the sea. .

FILE - French fire brigade tracking on a boat a Beluga whale that strayed far from its Artic habitat into the Seine River, raising fears the mammal could starve, Aug. 5, 2022.
File - Beluga Lost in Boat by French Fire Brigade

On August 5, 2022, mammals are increasingly at risk of starving to death in the Seine, far from their Arctic habitat.

An otherworldly white mammal. Calling it a "race against time," Sea Shepherd fears the whales could slowly starve and die in the waterways.

Authorities in the Ruhr area said in a statement Friday night that the wildlife had exhibited "fleeing behavior towards boats" and had not responded to attempts to steer it into safer waters. said.

Those trying to help the whales are keeping their profile as low as possible to "avoid stress that could worsen the health of the whales," the statement said.