This Whale Went to Die on a Mexican Beach

On Sunday night, turtle hatcheries from Playa Tortuga noticed that a whale was floating in the sea, which ended up running aground during the early hours of the morning at Barra de Santa Ana.

Personal lifeguard’s volunteers from that area went to the place where the whale ran aground identified as the species of gray whale, which in these times is migrating to the southern area derived from the temperatures recorded by the sea.

This cetacean of great dimension of approximately 3 meters and a half was in front of this bar, where it was found already lifeless, for the time elapsed during the night nothing could be done by these remains of the animal.

It was during the morning that personnel of this informative agency went to verify about this marine animal, which the waves did their thing and moved it meters ahead of where it had been found the first time.

The civil association Las Truchas Environmental Studies was the one who verified the finding and initiated the protocol and gave notice to Profepa, Semarnat, to carry out the actions and investigate the little-seen phenomenon on these beaches.

Unfortunately, the journalistic staff that had come to cover the event was affected with a strong intoxication ignoring the causes, for which they were transferred by Red Cross paramedics to Social Security.

Being informed personal of the Sanitary Jurisdiction so that it took letters in the subject and to avoid that more people are affected when going when seeing this animal.

The civil association Las Truchas Environmental Studies was the one who verified the finding and initiated the protocol and gave notice to Profepa, Semarnat, to carry out the actions and investigate the little-seen phenomenon on these beaches.

Whale Went to Die on a Mexican Beach

As reported by the authorities, these cetaceans use as corridor 30 nautical miles in front of the port area because it is their natural transit this season, so it is believed that his death could be due to the blow of some propulsion propeller of some ship, that also move through that strip.

 

Source: El Sol de Zamora