Basking shark beaches in the Netherlands

According to Dutch news agency ANP, 30 November 2009, a young basking shark has beached on Ameland island in the Netherlands.

The basking shark probably had been dead for weeks, and much of it had rotted away in the sea. Originally, the juvenile basking shark was probably three meter long; by now, only two meter.

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