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Tasmania pilot whales stranded: Only 35 whales left out of 230 as rescuers race to bring them to sea


A desperate rescue mission has been launched to save the remaining 35 pilot whales after a total of 230 were beached in a mass stranding off Tasmania’s west coast.

Marine conservationists are now in a race against the clock to return the whales to the sea, after hundreds were stranded on Ocean Beach near Macquarie Harbour, south of Strahan on Wednesday.

Some were also stranded on a sand flat inside Macquarie Harbour, south of the town. 

Harrowing photos show the lifeless corpses of many pilot whales that were unable to be saved.

Rescuers have since worked tirelessly to wrap the surviving whales in sheets, and pour buckets of water over them to keep them wet.

A desperate rescue mission has been launched to save the remaining 35 pilot whales after a total of 230 were beached in a mass stranding off Tasmania's west coast

A desperate rescue mission has been launched to save the remaining 35 pilot whales after a total of 230 were beached in a mass stranding off Tasmania’s west coast

Marine conservationists are now in a race against the clock to return the whales to the sea, after hundreds were stranded on Ocean Beach near Macquarie Harbour, south of Strahan on Wednesday

Marine conservationists are now in a race against the clock to return the whales to the sea, after hundreds were stranded on Ocean Beach near Macquarie…



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