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NSRI are appealing to bathers, surfers and paddlers to be cautious on the Jeffrey's Bay coastline, but also the coastline between Tsitsikamma and Port Elizabeth after a whale carcass, appearing to the carcass of a Southern Right Whale has washed ashore at Kabeljous near to Jeffrey's Bay.A whale carcass that has washed ashore usually attracts increased shark activity, and while no increased shark activity has been witnessed at this stage, it is normal for this to happen.As a precaution, we are appealing bathers, surfers and paddlers to be cautious along the coastline between Tsitsikamma and Port Elizabeth.
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