Greece Whale in the Korinthian Gulf

Whale in the Korinthian Gulf

A twelve-meter- long whale has been swimming for the past week in the Korinthian Gulf.
Residents of the area who first spotted the whale called the Port Police, who believe the whale must bee trapped in the area.
This is not the first time a huge mammal has visited the area.  In 2005, another whale of equal size was spotted.
The whale usually swims in the afternoon and offers a great show to the swimmers of the beach of Porto Germenos.

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