October 7, 2011 6:40 AM

Killer whales' swim into Alaska freshwater river concerns biologists

Three killer whales discovered in freshwater far up Southwest Alaska's Nushagak River have state and federal biologists considering options to intervene and move them back to the ocean. It's unclear why the whales swam so far upriver. And they aren't showing any signs of leaving.

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