06 Mar '11, 6am

Beached baby whale dies in Belait

Beached baby whale dies in Belait

A BABY whale was found dead on the stretch of beach near Seaview Hotel in Kuala Belait yesterday afternoon. The baby whale, species unknown, had probably been swept by the waves from South China Sea onto Brunei's shore. The front of the whale was still bleeding slightly when reporters arrived at the scene, and bystanders commented that the whale was probably injured or had died at sea before being washed ashore. "Maybe it got hit by a ship or a boat or something," said a girl who didn't want to give her name. Hj Rusli Hj Matysin, a retiree who was previously working in the medical field, said he was fishing along the shores when he saw the whale lying on the beach. "When I first saw the whale, it was already dead, maybe due to lack of water or something." News of the dead baby whale on the beach spread quickly in the town of Kuala Belait and attracted curious residents aro...

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