My main concern is that with the whale traveling this far inland, it may be disorientated, and could wind up being stranded on some beach, of course we hope this does not occur. Mike Parrish, Caddo Mills, USA
Sperm whales have a single slit-like blowhole situated on the left side. Their blows are forward and leftward directed. At 0.08 into the video, it looked to me that the whale was blowing leftward. Sebastian, Vancouver, Canada
This video looked like two animals. A sperm whale and possibly a calf but more likely a different creature nearby. It could have been a Green sea turtle,loggerhead sea turtle,a seal-possibly even an out of place Medaterranean Monk seal or as happens in the United States a normally tropical/warm temperate mammal a manatee traveled far north of its normal range during the summer. The odd Florida manatees have travelled to New York-In this case if it is a manatee it would be the West African Manatee going beyond the normal range and into British waters. Dustin Munro, Ottawa, Canada
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