Follow our researchers on the beach and in the necropsy room Latest news about the most recent strandings. For older press releases and television clips about stranding investigations, see our News and media page. Lonneke IJsseldijk on Instagram Washed ashore, and then what? Curious about what happens when porpoises are found washed ashore? This film clip follows the process from the beach to the necropsy room. From stranding to necropsy Working together Our work with porpoises and other species of whale gives us the chance to work with many other research programmes. Partners News 8 September 2020Collision as possible cause of death bottlenose whale The adult female bottlenose whale found dead near Terneuzen yesterday evening was examined. The whale had a large injury to her abdomen. This was probably caused by a collision. 18 August 2020Death toll of North Sea porpoises revealed More than 16,000 dead harbour porpoises, including 2600 on UK beaches, have been found on Europe’s coastlines around the North Sea since 1990. 11 October 2019The curious incident of porpoises killed by ‘dog-bite’ bacteria Scientists have pooled their resources to solve the mystery of a ‘dog-bite’ bacteria attributed to the death of harbour porpoises. Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Next page Last page RSS Too large for the necropsy room… What now?