Australian officials say they will try to drive the whaler from a river littered with crocodiles from the Northern Territory after they get lost and finish 30km (18.5 miles) inland. The whale and others were on annual sea migration, some of which “took a wrong turn,” experts say. Two bullets were then able to swim out of the river, but at least one remains. The whale, first found in crocodile territory in inland Australia, is known for the first time. Due to its projected length of 16 m (52 ft), the crocodiles are unlikely to be caught by the lizard. That risk could be exacerbated if the whale stopped in deep water, officials said Monday. #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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