Dog owners in Jersey are being warned to keep their pets away from a "waxy" white substance that has been found on the island's beaches.
The Department of the Environment says it's similar to the substance that was washed up on beaches in December.
At the time, analysis showed it was an oil-based wax, such as paraffin wax.
It's thought it could pose a danger to dogs that consume it.
The substance has been spotted at beaches on the south east coast, at La Mare, the Dicq and Green Island.
Earlier this week a similar substance was identified on beaches in Guernsey.
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