Specialists investigating the deaths of two whales alongside the Suffolk coast say they’re “unlikely to be linked”.
A 30ft (9m) decomposed whale washed up on the seaside at Felixstowe on Sunday and the physique of a minke whale was noticed close to Orford on Saturday.
Scientists from the Cetaceans Strandings Investigation Programme (CSIP) are anticipated to hold out assessments on each later.
It’s not but recognized when the our bodies will likely be eliminated.
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It was initially thought a 3rd useless whale was within the water off Harwich in Essex, nonetheless scientists from CSIP – which attends instances of whales, porpoises and dolphins that grow to be stranded on the UK shoreline – stated this was more likely to be the identical useless whale that ended up on the seaside at Felixstowe.
Each deaths are being investigated by CSIP, who will go to later to “gather some samples and to try to hold out a discipline necropsy”.
“The 2 confirmed stranding occasions are unlikely to be associated given the differing diploma of decomposition,” a spokesman added.