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Over 100 stranded whales rescued, 28 DE*D

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Over 100 stranded whales rescued, 28 DE*D

In a rescue operation, wildlife officials managed to save over 100 pilot whales stranded on a beach in Western Australia.

Over 100 stranded whales rescued, 28 DE*D

The massive effort took place in Dunsborough, a coastal town south of Perth.

Ian Wiese, Chair of the Geographe Marine Research group, described the scene as overwhelming. Despite the challenging task, 130 whales were successfully returned to the sea out of the 160 beached. Sadly, 28 whales didn’t make it.

 

Over 100 stranded whales rescued, 28 DE*D

Spotter planes continue to monitor the area for any signs of the whales returning to shore. Thankfully, the released whales have stayed at sea so far.

 

Local volunteers and wildlife experts worked tirelessly to keep the stranded whales upright and their blowholes clear. These efforts were crucial for the whales’ survival, as they can only endure about six hours out of water.

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The dedication of the rescue teams highlights the importance of protecting marine life in our oceans.

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