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Rescue Effort Is Underway After Hundreds of Whales Beach Themselves Off Tasmania

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 22 September 2020
About 270 pilot whales became stranded on the west coast of the island state in Australia. Rescuers estimate that a third of them have already died.
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News video: Rescue Underway After 270 Whales Are Found Beached in Tasmania

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Marine biologists race against the clock to rescue the distressed marine mammals. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.

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