Tens of hundreds of starfish had been discovered washed up on a seashore in Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire after days of stormy seas.

A line of the ocean creatures stretched for lots of of yards alongside the sand. They’re believed to have been washed ashore after tough seas in latest days ripped them from the seabed.

Trevor Bradford was strolling his Yorkshire terrier on the seashore when he stumbled upon the stranded pink invertebrates.

“I’ve by no means seen that many,” mentioned the 69-year-old freelance photographer. “There was a carpet of them so far as the attention might see. It went on for 200 yards and the thickest elements of it had been about 10 yards throughout. Over the previous few days, the tides have been actually tough. I do not usually see it that stormy round right here.

“The climate hasn’t been that windy, however there have been some tough tides which have made it a bit treacherous for folks strolling on the seashore.”

Mr Bradford, who lives in Mablethorpe along with his spouse Penny, 74, a retired Co-op employee, added: “I’d say there have been no less than 100,000 as a result of the size of the road of them. They had been fairly small. They had been solely about 4 to 5 inches throughout on the most.”

The daddy of two added: ”Sometimes you get just a few hundred washed up however by no means a large quantity like this. I have been right here 26 years now and I’ve by no means seen it to that extent.”

It’s no less than the second time this 12 months that starfish have washed up within the space, with a hoard of them showing in January throughout Storm Eleanor.

Hundreds of lifeless starfish, sea urchins, mussels and different sea life had been discovered washed up on UK seashores after the havoc wreaked by the Beast from the East earlier this 12 months.

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