The marine mammal medics from British Divers Marine Life Rescue were alerted by coastguards that there was a stranded live dolphin on the beach at Whitburn in South Tyneside.
What does MMM stand for?
MMM stands for Marine Mammal Medic (British Divers Marine Life Rescue; UK)
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The marine mammal medics from British Divers Marine Life Rescue were alerted by coastguards that there was a stranded dolphin on the beach at Whitburn in South Tyneside.
He also volunteers as a youth leader and marine mammal medic, checking whales, dolphins, and seals if they come ashore injured.
One of the volunteers from the British Divers and Marine Mammal Medics had come straight off night shift as a paramedic to help and was still there, speaking to a reporter.
After speaking to an advisor, I was advised to remain with the seal and await the arrival of one of their volunteer marine mammal medics.
Anyone with a reasonable level of fitness can be trained as a Marine Mammal Medic and no diver training is necessary.
Tony Woodley, spokesman for the British Divers Marine Life Rescue said: ``BDMLR Marine Mammal Medics confirmed the animal was dead after checking for an eye reflex and watching for signs of breathing.
Paul Waugh, a volunteer at British Divers and Marine Mammal Medics, was involved in the operation.