Australian rescuers save 25 of 270 stranded whales
Tuesday, 22 September 2020
Around one third of an estimated 270 pilot whales that became stranded on Australia’s island state of Tasmania have died, with rescuers managing to return 25 to the sea in an ongoing operation.
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