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FOUR deep water whales have washed up on various shores across Shetland over the last few weeks, raising concern that they may be linked with the deaths of over 80 whales washed up on the west coast of Scotland and Ireland during August and September.
Bearded seal
MAN who got into an early hours row after trying to pet a rare bearded seal that had taken up residence in Lerwick harbour has beenfined at the town’s sheriff court.
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