The remains of a huge whale have beached in North Devon. It was spotted by walkers on Putsborough on Saturday afternoon. It measured about 15 metres long.
Experts believe it was a fin whale, the second largest species in the world. It will be up to the local authority and beach owners to ensure its safely removed.
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