A stranded dolphin was found dead this Saturday morning on the Rodel beach in Concarneau. It is currently impossible to know the reason for the death of the marine mammal.
Although seen in recent days in the port of Concarneau, the absence of a scar on the back of the corpse would demonstrate that it is not by Randy, the lone Breton dolphin.
Removals of stranded animals can be carried out by the city’s technical services or the Concarneau firefighters.
The Concarneau Marine Station or the Océanopolis teams are also informed of these discoveries in order to better identify and subsequently study the dead animals. The Pelagis scientific observatory, which houses the National Stranding Network, is responsible for identifying strandings of marine mammals throughout France.