suffolk - Three dead whales were found on the coast of the English East Anglia region this weekend. Animal warders said Sunday against the newspaper The Telegraph that the three dwarfs were probably part of a larger group.
The first dead animal that was signaled was a dwarf fish calf. It flushed on a shore of the River Ore at Felixstowe. Later, two adult dwarf fish spilled near Harwich Harbor and Suffolk.
According to volunteers of the Felixstowe coastal patrol, whales do rarely rush on this part of the English coast. They said that two other dwarf fish were identified by the coast, which are probably disoriented.