People urged to ‘stay away’ after 60ft starving whale washes up on British beach

Coastguards have warned people to stay away from a starving 60ft ‘razorback’ whale that washed up on a British beach.

The beast was found stranded on the rocks at Cornwall’s Nare Point Friday afternoon.

Officials from the British Divers Marine Life Rescue pronounced it dead at 3:45pm.

The charity’s Julia Cable said experts had identified it as a Fin Whale – the second largest mammal on earth.

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The hulking sea creatures are also known as herring whale or razorback whale. But for safety reasons they want people to stay off the beach for now.

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