Japan: A Dozen Orcas Trapped in Drifting Ice Attempt to Survive

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In the middle of the thick ice, some black spots are moving… “We have no choice but to wait for the ice to break so they can escape,” a Rausu official said. Around 4 p.m. (8 a.m. in Paris), a private company, according to NHK, spotted the group, now consisting of 17 killer whales, about two kilometers northeast of where they had been spotted in the morning.

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