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English: Peter Asprey, Harbour Porpoise attacked and killed by adult male bottlenose dolphin. Chanonry Point Scottland, May 2005. Harbour Porpoise’s body was recovered and sent to researchers in Aberdeen along with photographs. Photographs released to public and science. Please don't delete these sequences.
Date May 2005
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