An exclusion zone has been put in place in Kakadu National Park, after three humpback whales entered the East Alligator River in Australia's Northern Territory.

A humpback whale has become stranded in a crocodile-infested river in Australia, after apparently becoming confused during migration.

In a “very unusual” event, three of the animals entered East Alligator River in Kakadu National Park last week.

The animals were first spotted on Tuesday, a spokeswoman for the park, in Australia’s Northern Territory (NT), told CNN in a statement.

Since then, park staff have been closely monitoring one whale, which appears to be stuck. The spokeswoman said…

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