100cm long, though tail missing. Dorsal fin and many of the vertabrae missing, probably due to ship strike.
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I agree with harbour porpoise on the basis of its tooth shape (flattened and more oval in cross-section rather than peg-like and round), and the small size. The size could possibly be a young dolphin (common, b'nose or striped) but as I say the teeth look wrong.
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Lat/Lng: 53.4788, -3.04243
OS grid ref: SJ309985