Rescuers In Race Against Time To Save Stranded Pilot Whales In Tasmania

Rescuers in race against time to save stranded pilot whales in tasmania

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Rescuers In Race Against Time To Save Stranded Pilot Whales In Tasmania” – below is their description.

Rescue teams are working around the clock to save around 35 survivors of a pod of 230 pilot whales that became stranded on a beach off the coast of Tasmania, Australia.

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