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A newspaper article from The Cambria Daily Leader, published on 19/08/1919, describing the the stranding of a porpoise between Blackpill and West Cross.

The clipping reads as follows: "A fine porpoise, about five feet in length and of good girth attracted attention among the passengers on the Mumbles train on Monday. The porpoise, which was left behind by the receding afternoon tide, was lying on the stones on a spot between Blackpill and West Cross. It is said that a number of porpoises have been seen in the bay recently."

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