Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Cetacean-Sighting-Survey-in-UK-27MZIFL513TR.htmlConceptually similarCetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP0IDPCompleted★★★★★★Cetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP01C2JCompleted★★★★Cetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP0MVMCompleted★★★★Cetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP0IUECompleted★★★★★★Cetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP04JFCompleted★★★★★★★Cetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP013GPCompleted★★★★Cetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP0QUHCompleted★★★★Cetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP0EBBCompleted★★★★Cetacean Sighting Survey in UKGP0DTKCompleted★★★★View AllGP01FZMCetacean Sighting Survey in UKTwo dead dolphins being examined by observers on board the Greenpeace ship 'MV Esperanza', English Channel, UK. Five dead dolphins were spotted in the vicinity of two sets of pair trawlers 20 miles off the coast of Plymouth, by observers onboard the Greenpeace ship MV 'Esperanza'. The dolphins displayed injuries, such as broken beaks and damaged dorsal fins and flippers, that are consistent with being caught and drowned in large fishing nets. A piece of net was found close to the dolphins. After spotting the dolphins at 11.10am, Greenpeace immediately launched rigid inflatable boats to recover their bodies. The dolphins, still bleeding, were brought onboard for examination and appeared to have been killed recently.Locations:Plymouth (Devon)-United Kingdom-Western EuropeDate:7 Feb, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / Kate DavisonMaximum size:2126px X 1417pxKeywords:Bycatch-Day-Death-Dolphins-KWCI (GPI)-MY Esperanza-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Research-Two people-WomenShoot:Cetacean Sighting Survey in the UKThe Greenpeace vessel MV 'Esperanza' is carrying out a campaign to highlight cetacean bycatch by pelagic trawling boats.