Sperm whale moray firth
A sperm whale has died after stranding close to a shore of the Moray Firth in the Highlands. The animal, thought to be a male up to 20m 66ft in length, got into difficulty at Ardersier near Inverness. In August , a 12m 40ft adult sperm whale died after stranding in shallow water in the Moray Firth at Arturlie Point close to Inverness. After about two hours out of the water the damage is irreparable.
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A "lost" sperm whale which died after stranding in the Highlands may have had a brain problem, a post-mortem examination has found. The mammal was spotted on Tuesday morning in the Moray Firth near the village of Ardersier, in the Highlands. It was buried on Wednesday after it was moved to farmland to minimise public health concerns, Highland Council said. Dr Andrew Brownlow, of Inverness-based SMASS, who was involved in the post-mortem examination, believes the whale made a "navigational error" which took it into the Moray Firth away from its feeding grounds.
The animal was first spotted, on the Moray Firth shore near Ardersier, earlier this morning and witnesses feared the worst as it appeared injured and the tide was going out. Charlie Phillips, a field officer with Whale and Dolphin Conservation WDC , has just arrived at the scene and he said he thought the creature was dead because it was not moving. He said: "It has live stranded on the beach just before you come into the village properly.