The mysterious beluga whale that was first spotted in Norway in
2019 is moving rapidly along the Norwegian coast.
The whale, which is believed to have been trained by the
Russian military, was first spotted wearing a harness with a camera attached to it.
The harness led some to believe that the whale was being used for surveillance purposes.
In recent months, the whale has been spotted swimming at speeds of up to 25 kilometers per hour.
This is much faster than the average speed of a beluga whale, which is about 10 kilometers per hour.
The whale's sudden change in behavior has puzzled scientists and experts.
Some experts believe that the whale may be trying to escape from the Norwegian coast.
Others believe that the whale may be trying to find food.
It is also possible that the whale is simply exploring its new surroundings.