Wildlife experts are puzzled at how the body of one of the world's largest animals has been washed up on a beach in West Cumbria.
The remains of a massive whale are lying in a remote stretch of coastline near Drigg, and how it ended up there is proving to be a bit of a mystery for marine conservationists.
Paul Crone has this report.
The body of a whale has washed up on a remote Cumbrian beach.
It's believed the mammal washed up a few day ago is a 35 ft Sai whale.
It's believed the whale died at sea before being washed up on a remote beach near the Ravenglass estuary in Cumbria.
As yet, no decision had been made on how the whale's body might be disposed.