Stranded dolphin rescued, then found dead on beach

Sad sight: Villagers, who have seldom come across a dolphin in the area, looking at the carcass that was washed ashore at Tanjung Batu beach in Bintulu.

KUCHING: A dolphin which was stranded at Tanjung Batu beach in Bintulu on Friday evening has been found dead.

Local residents came across the carcass, which was about two metres long and weighed over 100kg, on the beach at 8am yesterday.

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