270 WHALES WASHED UP IN TASMANIA BEACH, AUSTRALIA, 90 DEAD




Photo Credit - Tasmania Police

Tasmania Beach, the Southern island beach in Australia has seen more than 270 whales beached with officials saying 90 were found dead. The event has precedence when similar whale beaching occurred in 2009. Now, 40 rescuers are in efforts to push whales back into the water. Rescuers intend to push the whales first into the water and if the condition of whales were stable, they attempt to push the mammoth mammals further into the sea.

The reason is unknown as to why the whales wash up at the beaches. Wildlife biologists have yet to determine the cause of this phenomena. As for now, the mass whale washups and death are grave concerns.

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