The Netherlands: long-finned pilot whale beached

This video is called Long-finned Pilot Whale Species Identification.

From Dutch press agency ANP (translated):

On Schiermonnikoog island, a whale was beached.

The long-finned pilot whale probably died from becoming entangled in a fishing boat’s net

“This is only the fourteenth time since 1900 that a long-finned pilot whale beaches in The Netherlands”, marine biologist Kees Camphuysen said on Wednesday.

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