A whale stranded in Finistère, probably the same as last week

“We assume that’s the one. There are concordant elements: the size, the species, the place, “said the park, adding that the cetacean would be moved for an examination to ensure that it was indeed the same. animal. The agents of the French Office for Biodiversity (OFB), including those of the Marine Park “will take samples in order to try to determine the causes of death”, specified the park.

Last week, park agents, helped by the maritime gendarmerie and volunteers from the Sea Shepherd association, had tried unsuccessfully to guide the whale towards the exit of Douarnenez bay in order to prevent it from running aground. again.

Two other whales were stranded a few days apart in Finistère, on the island of Sein, on September 2 and on a beach in Tréguennec, on September 10.

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