This video says about itself:
Whale ‘moves in’ to luxury Buenos Aires dockside neighbourhood
3 August 2015
Residents of a luxury dockside neighbourhood in Buenos Aires have welcomed an unexpected new neighbour – a whale.
People from across the city have gathered at the Puerto Madero dockland in the hopes of catching a glimpse of the mammal, swimming between the moored boats.
This 3 August 2015 video is called Argentina: Hundreds gather to watch whale swim in Buenos Aires marina.
From the BBC:
Whale swims into Buenos Aires marina
4 August 2015
Residents of an upmarket neighbourhood in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires welcomed a surprise guest when a whale swam into a city marina.
The creature was seen surfacing amongst the luxury yachts in Puerto Madero, with hundreds lining up for a glimpse.
A local police boat later tried to lure the whale to the Rio de la Plata river, which connects with the Atlantic.
Experts have suggested the animal was most likely a cub separated from its herd.
“Unusual yes, I’ve never seen one in Puerto Madero,” said one resident.
“It’s really sad,” a local bank worker told the Associated Press. “This is not its natural habitat. The poor whale is clearly lost.”
A specialist looking at the numerous images on social media identified it as a minke whale, warning [in] La Nacion (in Spanish) freshwater would damage its health.
But Mariano Sironi, scientific director of the Whale Conservation Institute in Argentina, told AP he thought it was more likely to be a humpback whale.
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