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Wild weather sends whales off course

Recent wild weather has made whale spotting difficult

June 29, 2007
Wild weather over the past two weeks has caused serious problems for whale watchers at Cape Solander in Botany Bay National Park, with changes in migration patterns described by one expert as "WEIRD". "It's very quiet, and that's mainly because it's been a bad year. The weather has knocked everything around, it affects our sightings, up to the point where we can't see them full stop." The weather was affecting the migration patterns of the whales, resulting in some UNUSUAL BEHAVIOUR. "There's been a load of weird things happening, but it's all because of the weather."

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