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Beluga Whale in Delaware River

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Can't tell if your serious or not about the caviar thing. Just in case, beluga caviar comes from sturgeon. Beluga is a grade of it. Ossettra is another grade of sturgeon caviar. If only kidding don't mind me...

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According to KYW a beluga whale apparently followed great concentrations up the Delaware to just south of Trenton.

 

Wild stuff. I'll post more info as I hear it.

 

Beluga whales are white arctic circle whales, the kind you see polar bears hunting. I don't think it was a beluga.

Great concentrations of what?

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ARR the white whale has been this way before. And if Ye squeeze it real 'ard I wouldn't eat what comes out of 'et on a cracker.

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It is a baby, and it is unclear whether it is lost or up the river to feed on herring.

 

Some people say its running up and down the river.

 

The whale is considerably out of its range, and it in 53 degree water where as the typical range is the mid 30s.

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