Desperate scientists are trying to discover why dozens of mutilated seals are washing up on British beaches with their skin horrifically ripped off.
All the seals suffer the same wound — a single deep cut from head to stomach — but the top scientists can’t work out what’s behind the damage.
Science sleuths have been hunting for the murder weapons since the first seals started dying last year, but they are still clueless. Now they are appealing to Sun readers to see if you can solve the mystery.
Horrified scientists have found around 60 carcasses so far. Most of the seals were spotted off the Norfolk coast, but ten more have been discovered at St Andrew’s on the east coast of Scotland.
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