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More than 100 whales and dolphins beach themselves in Tasmania.

 
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11/30/2004 01:27 AM
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More than 100 whales and dolphins beach themselves in Tasmania.
More than 100 whales and dolphins have died in two separate beachings in islands off Tasmania in Australia.



Ninety-seven pilot whales and bottlenose dolphins died off King Island over the weekend, and several others died off Maria Island, reports the BBC.

Volunteers have been trying to prevent others from suffering the same fate, by carrying them back to deeper waters.

Scientists have flown in to try to establish why so many of the mammals have died.

Tasmanian wildlife officer Shane Hunniford said about half of the 53-strong pod of whales off Maria Island had already died, and efforts were under way to save the other beached animals.

"In terms of degrees of health, some are good, some are not so good. If things keep going the way they´re going now we´re doing alright," he said.

The BBC´s correspondent in Sydney, Phil Mercer, says just why so many have become stranded on the beaches remains a mystery.

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12/08/2005 10:18 AM
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Re: More than 100 whales and dolphins beach themselves in Tasmania.
Sounds like the military is playing with their sonar again. Happened this past summer in Hawaii - just not on such large a scale.
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12/08/2005 10:18 AM
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that is incredible. wow.
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12/08/2005 10:18 AM
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Re: More than 100 whales and dolphins beach themselves in Tasmania.
70 AT OPOUTERE IN NZ ALSO

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