Three minke whales for the English coast washed up
Off the coast of the English region of East Anglia this weekend, three dead whales encountered. Animal rights say Sunday against the newspaper The Telegraph that the three minke whales probably were part of a larger group.
The first dead animal that was identified, was a she-calf.
That came ashore on a bank of the river Ore at Felixstowe. Later came ashore two adult minke whales in the vicinity of the port of Harwich and Suffolk.
According to volunteers from the Felixstowe kustpatrouille it happens rarely that whales wash up on this part of the coast of england. They said that for the coast, two other minke whales have been identified that are likely to become disoriented.