Around 230 whales stranded in Tasmania; salvage endeavors in progress


 Around 230 whales have been abandoned on Tasmania's west coast, only days after 14 sperm whales were tracked down stranded on an island off the southeastern coast.

The pod, which is abandoned on Sea Ocean side, seems, by all accounts, to be pilot whales and half are dared to in any case be alive.

 Around 230 whales have been abandoned on Tasmania's west coast, only days after 14 sperm whales were tracked down stranded on an island off the southeastern coast.

The pod, which is abandoned on Sea Ocean side, seems, by all accounts, to be pilot whales and half are dared to in any case be alive.

A group from the Marine Preservation Program was gathering whale salvage stuff and making a beeline for the area, the office said.

An inhabitant told the Australian Telecom Corp. the whales were noticeable close to the entry to Macquarie Harbor and depicted the abandoning as a "huge occasion."


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