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I'm sure everyones heard about the bottle nose whale thats got itself lost up the Thames. Have dolphins or whales ever been spotted on the broads.


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hi james, laid on the cabin roof  sunbathing, SWMBO. said it looked like a beached whale! Wink


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No, too many common seals on the sandbanks around Norfolk.
A whale in the broads would never get the approval of a seal

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We see them offshore occasionally (40 miles from Great Yarmouth).  Not sure how close inshore they get.

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Story on bbc web site

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4635874.stm


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Dolphines on Breydon are not unknown, tends to happen when there is a salt water incursion. They don't hang raound for long however. I don't think they are distressed just nosey.

'There's nothing virtual about this you silly Twit we really are aground whatever your GPS says!'  Bill...

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Robin and i came across breydon a few years ago in October the weather was bad very rough and very windy .I was driving robin was holding the roof on we were afraid of losing it .I looked out of the window and saw what i thought was a log a big one.I was trying to make sure the boat missed this when it vanished .All of a sudden really close to our boat this huge head appeared ,it was a seal i think ,it looked at us and then swam away. It was lovely to see the wild life at close hand
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Do you know why the whale was going up the Thames??

It got lost heading for the M4, 'cos it saw a sign saying "Wales this way" !!!



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OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH Scared

'This mooring line is very short but it doesn't seem to matter because we are not going anywhere'  Bill...

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Two cod and chips met their fate in Acle today. Wink

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