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    Tasmania - Whales die in mass stranding

    Whales die in mass stranding


    DOZENS of pilot whales have died in a mass stranding is Tasmania.

    A wildlife official put the number of stranded whales at 64, and said 13 of those were still alive as of around 8pm local time (0900 GMT).

    The whales were discovered by a member of the public at Stanley on the island's northwest coast, local parks manager Chris Arthur said in a statement.

    An attempt would be made to rescue the surviving animals on Sunday, he said.

    "We have equipment and whale rescue trailers coming from around the state," Mr Arthur said.

    Mass strandings of whales occur periodically in Australia and New Zealand for reasons that are not entirely understood.


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    'whales in mass stranding'.....just another girlies night out gone wrong in Oz.

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    call the Japs and they come over and eat em, end of problem.

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    ^ all in the name of scientific research

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    forgot to add.. more wassabie!!

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    fuckin A

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