"The (whale's) intestines had virtually nothing in them as it could no longer process food," Parry wrote on Facebook.
However, SMASS officials wrote on Facebook they could not find evidence the debris had impacted or obstructed the whale's intestines. The whale was buried on the beach.
"Debris in our oceans is everyone's problem," Parry wrote. "The fishing industry need(s) to do better, but equally, we all need to do more.
"Watching this today, makes me despair for the environment, totally falling apart around us."