Stills from video via SOSDolfijn

A group of two to four Cuvier’s beetles (Mesoplodon bidens) was found near the Dutch coast of Zandvoort on Tuesday afternoon.

Witnesses are “worried” because these deep-sea whales are difficult to survive in the shallow waters of the North Sea, according to SOS Dolphin of the Marine Welfare Group.

SOS Dolfijn encourages people to give their organizations their place, rather than approaching animals. According to some reports, beach goers managed to get one mammal back into the open sea.

According to SOS Dolfijn, sea rescue teams were able to closely monitor the pods and keep the vessel away.

Adult Cuvier’s beetles grow to a size of about 5.5 meters, while calves can reach up to 2.7 meters at birth.

Cuvier’s beetle carcasses are occasionally washed away along the Dutch coast.

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