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VIDEO: Bryde's whale washes ashore in Phetchaburi

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VIDEO: Bryde's whale washes ashore in Phetchaburi

 

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The carcass of Bryde's whale was discovered in Phetchaburi province on Wednesday.

 

According to PRD Phetchaburi the whale was discovered in the Pak Thale area of the province.

 

The whale was first noticed by local fisherman, who immediately informed the officials before sunrise on Wednesday.

 

Various reports online said the whale measured between 8 and 10.5 metres.

 

Officials from the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources were inspecting the carcass this morning in order to establish a cause of death.

 

 

 

 

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With the amount of plastic floating around in the Gulf, its quite surprising that there are still whales.

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Dead whale dissected in Phetchaburi

By The Nation

 

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The carcass of a Bryde’s whale from the Gulf of Thailand has been towed ashore in Phetchaburi’s Ban Laem district early on Wednesday. It is being dissected to find the cause of death.
 

The Marine and Coastal Resources Department was informed by the Thai Whales group that the carcass was floating offshore so the Phetchaburi Marine Biological Centre used a fishing boat to tow the carcass ashore.

 

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Patcharaporn Yaowasud from the centre said the carcass was on a beach in Moo 2 village in Tambon Pak Thalay.

 

Patcharaporn said the female was not yet fully matured and was almost 11 metres long and weighed over 10 tonnes.

 

She said there were no signs of injury, adding that the carcass would be buried on the beach after the post-mortem.

 

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Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30370203

 

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Ocean pollution, shipping noises, underwater explosions (for mineral/oil exploration) & sonar are the main causes of these occurrences happening.

Sonar disrupts the communications of these mammals, decreases their ability to find food and in extreme circumstances proven to litteraly drive them out of the water

 

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