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British Coast was swarmed with whale corpses yesterday, taking the fifth sperm death rates up to 17. A 30-tonne dead whale was found ive miles from Skegness along with other three bodies. Shockingly, one of the whales exploded in a 'huge blast of air' leaving behind a trail of foul smell. The reason behind the explosion is said to be methane gas. But, what is the actual reason behind so many deaths? Read on to find out yourself.
The numbers seem to only rise in the past few days and the corpse found most recently is the fifth one.
Anti-nuclear campaigners drew up their Nuclear Disarmament logo graffiti on at least one of the carcasses.
While another person sprayed the message 'Fukushima RIP - man killed me' on one of the bodies. Guards were called up to stop the trophy hunters from slicing off the whales' body parts.
The common belief is that the whales swam to the North Sea from the deeper water adjacent to Norway but why have deaths escalated to such high numbers is still a mystery.
According to a spokesperson from Lincolnshire Police, "There is an incident log set up in relation to the whales just to make sure all the correct authorities are notified.'But in relation to the graffiti, there is no case the police are looking into. Normally graffiti is on a wall or something similar so it would account to criminal damage as it is owned by somebody." Whales are not owned by anybody and where there is no criminal damage the only other thing is the message and if it causes offence.
Huge number of people got together on the beach to have one look at the corpses.
Even though people have been warned against going close to the whales, they couldn't stop themselves from touching them.
The death of such beautiful and giant species is a definitely a saddening news.
Warning: Contains graphic content.