Successful Removal of 55ft Fin Whale from Bridlington Beach

Successful Removal of 55ft Fin Whale from Bridlington Beach

…By Larry John for TDPel Media.

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council has announced the successful removal of a 55ft (17m) fin whale from Bridlington Beach.

The whale had gotten into difficulties in the sea earlier in the week and died on Tuesday.

The massive mammal became a source of fascination for many tourists, as people travelled for miles to see its carcass.

The council has stated that this operation was the largest of its kind they had ever undertaken.

The Difficulty of the Operation

On Friday, the council reported that contractors had managed to move the 30-tonne animal from the beach in an “incredibly challenging and difficult operation”.

There were concerns that the whale would have to be dissected to remove it from the beach.


However, contractors were able to move the whale whole.

A Successful Operation

The council has praised its contractors and staff for their outstanding work during the operation.

They have stated that the whale’s body was moved off the beach, strapped down, and carried up a slipway before being covered and transported away from Bridlington in the next few hours.

The Sadness of the Incident

A council spokesman has expressed his condolences for the incident, saying “This was a really sad incident for all involved.

The whale was about 17 metres long and weighed around 25-30 tonnes. The body will now be taken away by our contractors to be disposed of.”

Analysis and Commentaries


The removal of the whale was undoubtedly a challenging and difficult operation, and the council and its contractors should be commended for their successful efforts.

The whale’s death and subsequent removal from the beach have highlighted the impact that human activities can have on marine life.

It is important to take responsibility for our actions and to strive towards preserving our oceans and the creatures that live within them.

However, while the removal of the whale is undoubtedly a necessary task, it is important to remember the sadness of the incident.

The death of such a majestic creature is a tragedy, and it is important to reflect on how we can prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.

By taking steps to reduce our impact on the environment and protecting marine life, we can work towards a more sustainable future for ourselves and the creatures that we share the planet with.


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