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Inflatable whales model used to train marine rescue volunteers


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Volunteer rescuers have been using inflatable whales and seals to simulate saving stranded marine life.

The team from British Divers Marine Life Rescue took part in a training course in West Runton, Norfolk.

In the past 12 months, a number of whales have been washed up on beaches around East Anglia.

These inflatable animals are part of a training exercise.

British Divers Marine Life Rescue volunteer medics are learning how to rescue stranded animals.

The charity receives at least one call a day about beached marine mammals.

There are so many people that get left on the beach,they pour water on them,they try to put them back on the beach.But people don't understand,this animals are here because they need to rest,to digest food.

Here are some of advice on what to do if you spot an animal on the beach:

Whales,dolphins or porpoises should be out of the water:

Keep them wet,but avoid the blowhole.

Stay clear of the tail,it may flick.

Seals do spend time out of the water:

Do not approach,they may bite.

Monitor for signs of injury or illness.

If you are concerned about a seal,or spot a live whale,dolphin or porpoise,contact BDMLR immediately.

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