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At Least 380 Whales Dead In Australia’s Largest Ever Mass Stranding

Members of a rescue crew work to free a whale from a sandbar off the coast of Tasmania, Australia, on Tuesday. About 380 pilot whales have died in the mass stranding, one of the largest ever recorded.

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Members of a rescue crew work to free a whale from a sandbar off the coast of Tasmania, Australia, on Tuesday. About 380 pilot whales have died in the mass stranding, one of the largest ever recorded.

Brodie Weeding/AP

Updated at 2:35 p.m. ET At least 380 pilot whales have died off the coast of Tasmania in what experts are calling Australia’s largest recorded mass-stranding event. Nearly 500 whales have been stranded on a beach and two sandbars along the western coast of the island state. Initial reports on Monday said that 270 whal
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