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Florida wildlife officials, with the help of marine biologists, the Coast Guard, and the beach — this week, rescued five stranded pilot whales in Redington Beach.
The whales were first spotted around 6:30 p.m. Monday, a beachgoer said to the sea, the creatures that we are “splashing around in the shallow water, and the expulsion of water out of their blowholes, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
GEORGIA TO THE BEACH TO SAVE THE WHALES, A MASS STRANDING ON THE COAST, WILDLIFE OFFICIALS SAY
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s veterinarian, along with officials from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the coast guard members, and a number of volunteers and marine biologists from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), in accordance with the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, which worked to save the whales.
After the protection of the whales from the sun and the colors, practitioners use the canvas straps to hoist the animal out of the water and transfer it to them. According to the Tampa Bay Times, three of the whales were taken by boats back out to sea, while the remaining two were taken to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium for medical treatment and testing.” They will be returned to the sea, if they are determined to be healthy.
AT LEAST 50 DEAD PILOT WHALES WASHED UP ON A REMOTE BEACH IN ICELAND
“It’s been hard work, but it was so great to see that people who don’t even know each other and come together as a team and work together in order to help you,” Thomas Nuhfer, is a 27-year-old student from Phoenix, who was at the scene, told the newspaper.
Pilot whales can be seen swimming in the ocean.
“There’s something wrong. It may be that the whale is sick, and it ran aground, and the others followed suit, or they could all be sick,” Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s spokesman, Carlee Wendell, told the Tampa Bay Times, as to why the whale may have swum so far into the interior.
The news comes after more than 50 dead whales were found on a remote beach in the country.