Rescuers work to save whales in worst mass stranding in Australia’s history – video report

Hundreds of whales have died in what is suspected to be Australia’s largest mass stranding on record.

More than 450 long-finned pilot whales were caught on sandbanks and beaches on the Australian island state of Tasmania.

Rescuers have managed to save about 50 whales so far, with efforts to save any whales that are still alive ongoing


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