100 pilot whales helped again to water after 400 are beached in New Zealand – National

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Volunteers in New Zealand have controlled to refloat about 100 surviving pilot whales and are hoping they are going to swim again out to sea after greater than 400 of the creatures swam aground at a faraway seaside.

Department of Conservation Golden Bay Operations Manager Andrew Lamason stated Saturday that about 300 whales died however others are swimming within the bay close to the seaside and feature joined up with a brand new pod of pilot whales.


The 416 stranded whales had been came upon Friday on Farewell Spit on the tip of the South Island.

Rescuers controlled to refloat a number of dozen whales on Friday however many beached themselves once more in a single day. Saturday’s rescue efforts seemed extra promising all the way through the morning top tide.

READ MORE: Rescuers rush to avoid wasting 400 pilot whales beached in New Zealand


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