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More than 30 pilot whales die in Tasmania stranding - La Prensa Latina Media

Summary by La Prensa Latina Media
Sydney, Australia, Nov 29 (EFE).- More than 30 pilot whales have died after stranding on a remote beach on the southern Australian island of Tasmania, authorities reported Wednesday. Tasmania’s Natural Resources and Environment Department said that the first dead whales were found by members of the public on Tuesday at Bryan’s Beach on the eastern Freycinet Peninsula. Authorities later found a total of 34 dead pilot whales. “Staff, including a w…

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