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MOVE OVER, MOBY DICK

Keiko the killer whale — who made a splash in 1993's Free Willy — is retired and seeking a home in Norway. Locals eager to land a big tourist attraction hope the 8-yard-long whale can be settled in a quiet Norwegian fjord. Still, it has yet to be decided whether he'll be sent to swim solo in deep waters or kept closer to people. After living with humans for 20 years, the celebrity animal may be a "cetacean misfit," unable to adjust to a normal whale's life.

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Keiko the killer whale — who made a splash in 1993's Free Willy — is retired and seeking a home in Norway. Locals eager to land a big tourist attraction hope the 8-yard-long whale can be settled in a quiet Norwegian fjord. Still, it has yet to be decided whether he'll be sent to swim solo in deep waters or kept closer to people. After living with humans for 20 years, the celebrity animal may be a "cetacean misfit," unable to adjust to a normal whale's life.