The sällskapssjuka vitvalen that swam in the Norwegian Finnmark was quickly accused of being a spy, trained by the Russian navy. Now, it has been shown that it is most likely a "terapival" who escaped from a facility in Russia, on the border between the Murmansk and Karelia, writes the Norwegian Fiskeribladet. The newspaper drew attention to the domestic elections as early as 2008. The story was then to how it is trained, the elections helped the Russian children who are doing poorly psychologically.
" We have thought of espionage and war, but it is only a choice as to feeling good. It is trained to cuddle with us. Absolutely amazing, " says Jørgen Ree Wiig, inspector at the Norwegian Fiskeridirektoratet to the newspaper.”Spionvalen” is trained to help Russian children who are doing poorly psychologically. Photo: Joergen Ree Wiig/AP
now, If it is the same choice as in the Fiskeribladets reports, it has been taken care of by people 16 years after it's been attacked by sea lions. In Norway, the vitvalen fast the name Hvaldimir, but should really be called Semyon. It wore a harness when it swam into the Norwegian bay to allow themselves to be stroked explained by the fact that it tends to pull smaller boats with children on site, where the probably thus belongs at home.
the Norwegian authorities have not been contacted by Russia and now there are plans to move the social elections to a vitvalsreservat on the Island, reports NRK.
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