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Yet another report of a marine creature in difficulty. At this precise moment, efforts are being made to assist a baby minke whale, trapped in Leverburgh harbour in South Harris. The creature measures less than five metres in length and is believed to be less than six months old. The youngster has been swimming around in circles in the harbour but, despite human assistance on a rising tide, last night, it kept missing the breakwater exit which would have taken it to open waters. A female adult whale, believed to be the mother, has been waiting about a mile away, off Rodel, for her baby to rejoin her. Here's hoping for a happy ending!

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