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Whales, sharks, crabs … thousands of dead sea creatures that have been drifting off this coast of Britain for years, people are in awe


Highlights

  • The corpses of sea creatures have been flowing for many years on the beaches of Yorkshire area of ​​Britain.
  • Last month alone, thousands of live and dead crabs and lobsters were swept away
  • Local people and officials are astonished by the arrival of such a large number of dead bodies of sea creatures.

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Thousands of dead bodies of sea creatures have been flowing on the beaches of Yorkshire area of ​​Britain for the last several years. It includes the corpses of huge aquatic creatures like sharks, whales. Just last month, thousands of live and dead crabs and lobsters were washed away between the Saltburn and Maraske shores. Local people and officials are astonished by the arrival of such a large number of dead bodies of sea creatures.

It is unusual to see such large numbers of crabs and lobsters, but it is not an isolated incident. In the last 5 years there have been many such incidents in which all kinds of creatures have come to the shores of Yorkshire. According to the report of Yorkshire Live, from 7 meters long whales to thousands of foreign crickets have been found here. These incidents have happened between Humber to Tees beach.
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On 24 December 2020, a group of 10 whales got trapped here and died. It is believed that these whales were hungry and came near the shore in search of food. A large number of rescue teams and coast guards were deployed to save these whales, but they could not save them. Similarly, European crickets arrived in the Cayton Bay area in April 2020.

Seeing these crickets, it was as if a boat was sailing in the sea. Many were walking on the sand. Similarly, in March 2018, millions of sea creatures were swept away in Frasthorpe. This includes crabs, lobsters, razorfish, eels, etc. In October 2017, the carcass of a mink whale fish was washed away. This whale was 7 meters long. This in itself was considered a rare event.

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