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Friday, January 20, 2006

Whale watcher Mark Street reports

Fresh from his report on Sky News, LEWIS Associate Director Mark Street tells us:

"It was very worrying to see that the whale almost beached. This is exactly what happened earlier, and what we feared might happen. The police appeared to be really nervous and backed off as soon as they realised this was a danger."