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VIDEO: Cornwall News Headlines - 12th January 2015

Published at 9:40am 12th January 2015.

A whale that’s nearly double the size of a London Bus has washed up near Widemouth Bay Beach - see the photos, and find out more from the Cornwall Newscentre with Emma Carton

 

 

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