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200 Whales Dead After Mass Stranding In Australia

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Rescue teams have confirmed that around 200 dead whales and 35 others are still alive after a massive stranding in Australia last week. 

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The pilot whales were discovered Wednesday on a beach near Tasmania. Rescue efforts continue to save the remaining whales.

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Brendon Clark, spokesperson for the Australia Broadcasting Corporation, said that the rescue operation was his team's main focus. 

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"We are aware that some of them might re-beach themselves, so we'll monitor that," 

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Clark of Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service told the Australia Broadcast Corporation on Thursday.

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Rescuers previously estimated that around half of the whales were still breathing.

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After more than a dozen sp*rm and sp*rm whales were discovered dead on another beach, this is the second mass stranding in Tasmania this week.

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For decades, marine scientists have been baffled by cases of whale strandings.

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The largest stranding in Tasmania was in 2020 when more than 450 pilot whales were discovered.

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