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Rescue operation underway as 270 whales stranded on Australian coast

euronews Tuesday, 22 September 2020
A pod of pilot whales stranded on sandbars off Australia's southern island of Tasmania state.
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News video: Almost 500 pilot whales stranded on Australian island state

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More pilot whales were found stranded on an Australian coast on Wednesday,raising the total to almost 500 in the largest mass stranding ever recorded inthe island state of Tasmania.

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