During a Sea Watch common dolphin survey in the Celtic Deep, west of Pembrokeshire a group of six fin whales were sighted 11 nautical miles west of Ramsey Island. They were feeding along with about 60 common dolphins and two minke whales a few miles north of the Smalls, together with
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The second largest marine mammal – the fin whale, has been sighted in the inner Moray Firth on the 25th of July. The whale was seen in Rosemarkie Bay from Chanonry Point. The sighting was reported by WDCS to our local coordinator, Howard Loates.
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