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Norfolk Cetaceans

I have started a new website to record cetaceans seen in Norfolk. Appropriately it’s called ‘Norfolk Cetaceans’ and can be found at http://norfolkcetaceans.wordpress.com/

The idea is that it is a one stop shop for anyone wanting to know about Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises seen around Norfolk. Help with Identification and Strandings as well as historical and recent sightings are included. I hope if you see any cetaceans you will let me know. The records are passed onto both the County Mammal recorder and the Seawatch Foundation.

Hopefully we’ll see some great creatures of the deep in Norfolk in the future but in the meantime here’s a picture of something you don’t seen often in Norfolk or anywhere else – a Fin Whale doing a roll and showing its pectoral fin in the St Lawrence last week.

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