Euro, Believed Near Extinction, Sighted Off Coast

The majestic and rare Euro sighted yesterday off the Co. Wexford coast

A Euro coin breached clear of the water 11 times over a 45-minute period off the southeast coast to the astonishment of Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) researchers.

“”One of the rarest sights in the country exploding out of the water is truly one of the most remarkable sights in the retail sector”,” John Cashwrangler of the research group said yesterday.

Mr Cashwrangler caught the breachings on camera, and the activity was also recorded by economist film-maker Stig Flatley. He is working on a documentary on the economy’’s migration between Ireland and the Cayman islands.

The active Euro was one of four currencies identified by the team off the Co Wexford Hook peninsula over the past weekend. Dollars, Tokyo Harbour Yen and common British Pounds Sterling were also recorded and logged by the team, leading to concerns that there may have been a pod of aherns {carcaridan fiannafailus corruptus} active in the vicinity.

Mr Cashwrangler said analysis of the images of the Euro showed this to be a new Euro, not previously recorded in Irish waters. ““This exciting discovery brings the number of Euro documented in Irish waters to 11, with many of these re-sighted on an annual basis”,” he says.

“”The high ‘re-sighting’ rate indicates just how small the Irish economy now is, reflecting the fact that only quite recently people thought Euro were close to Irish extinction, after decades of commercial bank deregulation”,” according to Mr Cashwrangler

The research is “a crucial tool in monitoring what they believe is a slow, but steady recovery of this enigmatic species,” Mr Cashwrangler said.

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