- A case of ten whales stranded themselves on a sea shore in the UK
- Rescuers said six out of the ten whales have as of now died
- Most of the whales were malnourished and had not eaten in a while
- They said they can’t save the excess four either because of their sizes
A Pod of ten whales have appeared on a sea shore in the UK, out of which six have purportedly kicked the bucket already.
According to a report by Mirror.co.uk, British Divers Marine Life Rescue group says they can’t go near leftover four whales for wellbeing reasons, adding that the would not have the option to save the poor creatures.
Per the report, the whales were spotted on a sea shore among Tunstall and Withernsea, in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
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According to British Divers Marine Life Rescue spokesperson Julia Cable, her group arrived at the site and discovered that the whales were malnourished.
“If we can get to them, it wouldn’t be a rescue, we can’t do anything and we can’t put them to sleep due to their size,” Cable told the source. “They haven’t eaten for a long time, they are in the wrong place. We are just going to observe them.”
Why whales sea shore themselves?
According to sea life scientists, mass whale strandings are not obscure and have happened all through recorded present day history. They are, in any case, are dubious about the purpose for this conduct.
A comparative episode happened last month in New Zealand after in excess of 100 whales appeared on the country’s remote Chatham Islands.
According to Reuters, salvage laborers attempted to help the whales and dolphins by attempting to push them back into the sea, however the distant area of the island obstructed salvage efforts.
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