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beached whale in norway had 30 plastic bags clogging up its stomach


copenhagen, denmark — norwegian zoologists have found about 30 plastic bags and other plastic waste in the stomach of a beaked whale that had beached on a southwestern norway coast.terje lislevand of the bergen university says the visibly sick, 2-ton goose-beaked whale was euthanized. its intestine "had no food, only some remnants of a squid's head in addition to a thin fat layer."lislevand says the non-biodegradable waste was "probably the reason" why the whale repeatedly beached urday in shallow waters off sotra, an island west of bergen, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) northwest of oslo.he said friday the u.n. estimates 8 million tons of plastic trash are dumped into oceans each year.information on the whale's age or gender was not immediately available.






beached whale in norway had 30 plastic bags clogging up its stomach


copenhagen, denmark — norwegian zoologists have found about 30 plastic bags and other plastic waste in the stomach of a beaked whale that had beached on a southwestern norway coast.the visibly sick, 2-ton goose-beaked whale was euthanized, terje lislevand of bergen university said friday."the (whale's) stomach was full of plastic," lislevand said, adding that its intestine "had no food, only some remnants of a squid's head in addition to a thin fat layer."lislevand says the non-biodegradable waste was "probably the reason" why the male whale repeatedly beached last urday in shallow waters off sotra, an island west of bergen, 200 kilometers (125 miles) northwest of the capital of oslo.it size — about 6 meters (20 feet) — showed the whale was an adult.the u.n. estimates that 8 million tons o






in norway, zoologist find 30 plastic bags in stranded whale


copenhagen, denmark — norwegian zoologists have found about 30 plastic bags and other plastic waste in the stomach of a beaked whale that had beached on a southwestern norway coast.terje lislevand of the bergen university says the visibly sick, 2-ton goose-beaked whale was euthanized. its intestine "had no food, only some remnants of a squid's head in addition to a thin fat layer."lislevand says the non-biodegradable waste was "probably the reason" why the whale repeatedly beached urday in shallow waters off sotra, an island west of bergen, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) northwest of oslo.he said friday the u.n. estimates 8 million tons of plastic trash are dumped into oceans each year.information on the whale's age or gender was not immediately available.






zoologists say dead whale in norway full of plastic bags


copenhagen, denmark — norwegian zoologists have found about 30 plastic bags and other plastic waste in the stomach of a beaked whale that had beached on a southwestern norway coast.the visibly sick, 2-ton goose-beaked whale was euthanized, terje lislevand of bergen university said friday."the (whale's) stomach was full of plastic," lislevand said, adding that its intestine "had no food, only some remnants of a squid's head in addition to a thin fat layer."lislevand says the non-biodegradable waste was "probably the reason" why the male whale repeatedly beached last urday in shallow waters off sotra, an island west of bergen, 200 kilometers (125 miles) northwest of the capital of oslo.it size — about 6 meters (20 feet) — showed the whale was an adult.the u.n. estimates that 8 million tons o






how new zealand is avoiding hundreds of exploding whale corpses


why do they explode in the first place? deb price pilot whales are social animals, which makes them more likely to beach in large numbers. much like a dream deferred, a beached whale explodes. it doesn’t happen 100 percent of the time, but when the resulting smell is “one of the worst smells in the world,”…






more than 200 whales swim away after new zealand stranding


wellington, new zealand—whale lovers in new zealand finally got some good news after more than 200 stranded whales managed to refloat themselves overnight and swim away, while volunteers managed to save another 17 whales at high tide.more than 650 pilot whales have beached themselves along farewell spit at the tip of the south island in two...






more whales strand in new zealand, bringing total to 650


wellington, new zealand—a new pod of 240 whales swam aground at a remote new zealand beach on saturday just hours after weary volunteers managed to refloat a different group of whales following an earlier mass stranding.in total, more than 650 pilot whales have beached themselves along a 5 kilometer (3 mile) stretch of coastline over two days on farewell spit at the tip of the south island. about 335 of the whales are dead, 220...






another baby dolphin apparently dies after beachgoers pull it out of the water


nearly a year after disturbing videos and pictures of a baby dolphin apparently dying after being p ed around by selfie-seeking beachgoers in argentina went viral, it appears history is once again repeating itself.another baby dolphin reportedly died last week in san bernardo, argentina after tourists dragged the creature out of the water so they could “play” and take pictures with it.a video shared by c5n, a tv channel in argentina, on twitter shows a group of about a dozen people surrounding the beached dolphin, each reaching their arms out to pet the motionless creature.one witness told argentinian newspaper la capitalthat after the p os were taken, “they left [the dolphin] for dead.”“he was young and e to the shore. they could have returned him to the water — in fact, he was breathing,






new zealand whales: hundreds more stranded


image copyrightafpimage caption officials will have to decide how to dispose of hundreds that did not survive the mass stranding of whales on a remote beach in new zealand has taken a turn for the worse as 240 more arrived.earlier on saturday, volunteers had refloated some 100 of the more than 400 pilot whales which beached on thursday. but a human chain, with volunteers wading neck-deep into the water, failed to prevent a fresh pod making landfall.the whale stranding, at farewell spit at the top of south island, is one of the worst ever in new zealand. dozens of volunteers turned out to help.more than 300 of the 400 original arrivals died while medics and members of the public tried to keep survivors alive by cooling them with water.it is hoped that those of the new arrivals that survive






race to save 100 stranded whales on new zealand beach


media captionone volunteer said "people from all over the world" were helping to try to save the whalesvolunteers in new zealand are racing to rescue survivors after more than 400 pilot whales beached themselves.about 300 have already died at farewell spit, on the south island, in one of the worst such cases in the country.hundreds of locals and conservation department staff have been trying to save the survivors since early friday morning, and have formed a human chain to refloat the whales.scientists do not know what exactly causes whales to beach themselves. but it sometimes happens because the whales are old and sick, injured, or make navigational errors particularly along gentle sloping beaches.sometimes when one whale is beached, it will send out a distress signal attracting other me






new zealand whales: hundreds more stranded


image copyrightafpimage caption volunteers have been trying to keep the stranded whales upright the mass stranding of whales on a remote beach in new zealand has taken a turn for the worse as 240 more arrived.earlier on saturday, volunteers had refloated some 100 of the more than 400 pilot whales which beached on thursday. but a human chain, with volunteers wading neck-deep into the water, failed to prevent a fresh pod making landfall.the whale stranding, at farewell spit at the top of south island, is one of the worst ever in new zealand. dozens of volunteers turned out to help.more than 300 of the 400 original arrivals died while medics and members of the public tried to keep survivors alive by cooling them with water.it is not clear why the whales continue to arrive on the 5km-long (th






new zealand whales: hundreds more stranded at farewell spit


media captionrescuers help whales return to sea, as more become stranded down the coast the mass stranding of whales on a remote beach in new zealand has taken a turn for the worse as 240 more arrived.earlier on saturday, volunteers had refloated some 100 of the more than 400 pilot whales which beached on thursday. but a human chain, with volunteers wading neck-deep into the water, failed to prevent a fresh pod making landfall.the whale stranding, at farewell spit at the top of south island, is one of the worst ever in new zealand. dozens of volunteers turned out to help.more than 300 of the 400 original arrivals died while medics and members of the public tried to keep survivors alive by cooling them with water.it is hoped that those of the new arrivals that survive can be moved back out






new zealand whales: hundreds more stranded


image copyrightafpimage caption volunteers have been trying to keep the stranded whales upright the mass stranding of whales on a remote beach in new zealand has taken a turn for the worse as 240 more arrived.earlier on saturday, volunteers had refloated some 100 of the more than 400 pilot whales which beached on thursday. but a human chain, with volunteers wading neck-deep into the water, failed to prevent a fresh pod making landfall.the whale stranding, at farewell spit at the top of south island, is one of the worst ever in new zealand. dozens of volunteers turned out to help.more than 300 of the 400 original arrivals died while medics and members of the public tried to keep survivors alive by cooling them with water.it is not clear why the whales continue to arrive on the 5km-long (th






race to save 100 stranded whales on new zealand beach


image copyrightapimage caption the stranding is one of the worst the country has seen volunteers in new zealand are racing to rescue survivors after more than 400 pilot whales beached themselves.about 300 have already died at farewell spit, on the south island, in one of the worst such cases in the country.hundreds of locals and conservation department staff have been trying to save the survivors since early friday morning, and have formed a human chain to refloat the whales.scientists do not know what exactly causes whales to beach themselves. but it sometimes happens because the whales are old and sick, injured, or make navigational errors particularly along gentle sloping beaches.sometimes when one whale is beached, it will send out a distress signal attracting other members of its pod,






race to save 100 stranded whales on new zealand beach


image copyrightapimage caption the stranding is one of the worst the country has seen volunteers in new zealand are racing to rescue survivors after more than 400 pilot whales beached themselves.about 300 have already died at farewell spit, on the south island, in one of the worst such cases in the country.hundreds of locals and conservation department staff have been trying to save the survivors since early friday morning, and have formed a human chain to refloat the whales.scientists do not know what exactly causes whales to beach themselves. but it sometimes happens because the whales are old and sick, injured, or make navigational errors particularly along gentle sloping beaches.sometimes when one whale is beached, it will send out a distress signal attracting other members of its pod,






race to save 100 stranded whales on new zealand beach


media captionone volunteer said "people from all over the world" were helping to try to save the whalesvolunteers in new zealand are racing to rescue survivors after more than 400 pilot whales beached themselves.about 300 stranded whales died overnight at farewell spit, on the south island, in one of the worst such cases the country has seen.hundreds of locals and conservation officers have been trying to rescue the survivors since early friday and formed a human chain to refloat the whales.scientists do not know what exactly causes whales to beach themselves. but it sometimes happens because the whales are old and sick, injured, or make navigational errors particularly along gentle sloping beaches.sometimes when one whale is beached, it will send out a distress signal attracting other mem






beached whale situation gets worse with hundreds more stranded ashore


photo: apearly on saturday, dozens of volunteers worked to refloat about 100 of the 40o whales that mysteriously beached themselves in new zealand. but their rescue effort quickly escalated when 240 more were stranded. it’s all the more frustrating that no one is certain why this is happening.in what’s considered the largest mass stranding in decades, over 400 pilot whales have beached… read more read moreon thursday, more than 400 pilot whales were discovered at farewell spit in golden bay. between 250 and 300 of them had already died by the time new zealand’s department of conservation arrived. rescuers worked to keep the whales cool with wet towels and when the tide was high, they pushed about 100 back out to sea.advertisementadvertisementhorrifyingly, a fresh wave of whales made their






new zealand whales: hundreds refloat on high tide at farewell spit


media captionrescuers help whales return to sea, as more become stranded down the coastmore than 200 whales stranded on a remote beach in new zealand on saturday have refloated themselves and returned to sea.but conservation officials have warned that they could still turn back to the beach at farewell spit, south island.earlier, volunteers managed to refloat some 100 of the more than 400 pilot whales which beached on thursday.however a human chain, with volunteers wading neck-deep into the water, failed to prevent a fresh pod making landfall."the 240-odd whales that had stranded between puponga and pakawau late on saturday have mostly refloated themselves on last night's high tide and are milling around in shallow water," conservation spokesman herb christophers said.seventeen of the grou






new zealand whales: hundreds refloat on high tide at farewell spit


media captionrescuers help whales return to sea, as more become stranded down the coastmore than 200 whales stranded on a remote beach in new zealand on saturday have refloated themselves and returned to sea.but conservation officials have warned that they could still turn back to the beach at farewell spit, south island.earlier, volunteers managed to refloat some 100 of the more than 400 pilot whales which beached on thursday.however a human chain, with volunteers wading neck-deep into the water, failed to prevent a fresh pod making landfall."the 240-odd whales that had stranded between puponga and pakawau late on saturday have mostly refloated themselves on last night's high tide and are milling around in shallow water," conservation spokesman herb christophers said.seventeen of the grou






more than 200 whales swim away after new zealand stranding


whale lovers in new zealand finally got some good news on sunday after more than 200 stranded whales managed to refloat themselves overnight and swim away, while volunteers managed to save another 17 whales at high tide. more than 650 pilot whales had beached themselves along farewell spit at the tip of the south island in two separate mass strandings over recent days. about 350 whales have died, including 20 that were euthanized. another 100 have been refloated by volunteers and more than 200 have swum away unassisted. hundreds of volunteers from farmers to tourists have spent days at the beach dousing the whales with buckets of water to keep them cool and trying to refloat them. "people seem to have an emotional attachment to marine mammals," said department of conservation spokesman her






south island: more whales stranded as hundreds die | new zealand news


the fight to save scores of beached whales in one of new zealand's biggest whale strandings on record was far from over as more of the animals washed up on the coast.a new pod of 240 whales became beached on saturday just hours after volunteers managed to refloat a different group following an earlier mass stranding.saturday's group brought to more than 650 the total number of pilot whales that have swum ashore along the 23-km farewell split since thursday.about 335 whales have died on south island's sands, 220 remain stranded and 100 were sent back to sea by volunteer rescuers."we want to try and determine if there's an underlying reason why such a large number of whales stranded and died in such a short space of time," veterinary pathologist dr stuart hunter told the new zealand herald."






south island: more whales stranded as hundreds die | new zealand news


the fight to save scores of beached whales in one of new zealand's biggest whale strandings on record was far from over as more of the animals washed up on the coast.a new pod of 240 whales became beached on saturday just hours after volunteers managed to refloat a different group following an earlier mass stranding.saturday's group brought to more than 650 the total number of pilot whales that have swum ashore along the 23km farewell spit since thursday.about 335 whales have died on south island's sands, 220 remain stranded and 100 were sent back to sea by volunteer rescuers."we want to try and determine if there's an underlying reason why such a large number of whales stranded and died in such a short space of time," veterinary pathologist dr stuart hunter told the new zealand herald."it






volunteers save 100 of 416 pilot whales that beached themselves in new zealand


volunteers in new zealand managed to refloat about 100 surviving pilot whales on urday and are hoping they will swim back out to sea after more than 400 of the creatures swam aground at a remote beach.department of conservation golden bay operations manager andrew lamason said about 300 whales died but others are swimming in the bay near the beach and have joined up with a new pod of pilot whales.the 416 stranded whales, most of them already dead, were discovered early friday on farewell spit at the tip of the south island.rescuers managed to refloat several dozen whales on friday but many beached themselves again overnight. urday's rescue efforts during the morning high tide appeared more promising."fingers crossed, the new whales are going to lead them out into deeper water," lamason sai






more than 200 whales swim away after new zealand stranding


wellington, new zealand — whale lovers in new zealand finally got some good news on sunday after more than 200 stranded whales managed to refloat themselves overnight and swim away, while volunteers managed to save another 17 whales at high tide.more than 650 pilot whales had beached themselves along farewell spit at the tip of the south island in two separate mass strandings over recent days. about 350 whales have died, including 20 that were euthanized. another 100 have been refloated by volunteers and more than 200 have swum away unassisted.hundreds of volunteers from farmers to tourists have spent days at the beach dousing the whales with buckets of water to keep them cool and trying to refloat them."people seem to have an emotional attachment to marine mammals," said department of con






hundreds of pilot whales refloat after mass strandings | new zealand news


at least 200 whales stranded on a remote new zealand beach managed to refloat themselves at high tide on saturday and return to sea, but conservation officials warned the beachings may not be over. more than 650 pilot whales beached themselves along farewell spit at the tip of the south island in two separate mass strandings over the past several days.on thursday, volunteers managed to refloat nearly 100 of the stranded pilot whales.about 350 whales have died, including 20 that were euthanised.hundreds of volunteers from farmers to tourists have spent days at the beach dousing the whales with buckets of water to keep them cool and trying to refloat them."people seem to have an emotional attachment to marine mammals," said department of conservation spokesman herb christophers."they've been






new zealand whales: authorities to move 300 carcasses


image copyrightreutersimage caption beached whales were marked with an "x" to indicate they had died new zealand authorities have said they will move the carcasses of hundreds of whales that died in a mass stranding to an area not open to the public.about 300 whales will be moved with a digger and buried in the sand dunes further up farewell spit, south island.on monday, conservation workers pierced the bodies to release gas built up during decomposition, following warnings the carcasses might explode.thursday's stranding was one of the country's worst.it is not clear why more than 400 pilot whales came ashore last week, but since then more have stranded themselves including about 200 on saturday. the 200 were mostly refloated, but department of conservation (doc) official trish grant told






new zealand whales: authorities to move 300 carcasses


image copyrightreutersimage caption beached whales were marked with an "x" to indicate they had died new zealand authorities have said they will move the carcasses of hundreds of whales that died in a mass stranding to an area not open to the public.about 300 whales will be moved with a digger and buried in the sand dunes further up farewell spit, south island.on monday, conservation workers pierced the bodies to release gas built up during decomposition, following warnings the carcasses might explode.thursday's stranding was one of the country's worst.it is not clear why more than 400 pilot whales came ashore last week, but since then more have stranded themselves including about 200 on saturday. the 200 were mostly refloated, but department of conservation (doc) official trish grant told






new zealand river is the world's first 'legal person' | new zealand news


a new zealand river revered by the maori has been recognised by parliament as a "legal person", in a move believed to be a world first.under legislation passed on wednesday that combines western legal precedent with maori mysticism, the whanganui river has been formally declared a living entity."[it] will have its own legal identity with all the corresponding rights, duties and liabilities of a legal person," attorney-general chris finlayson said."the approach of granting legal personality to a river is unique."the river, known by maori as te awa tupua, is the third longest in new zealand.finlayson said the local maori iwi, or tribe, had been fighting to assert their rights over the river since the 1870s, in new zealand's longest-running legal dispute."this legislation recognises the deep






new zealand river is the world's first 'legal person' | new zealand news


a new zealand river revered by the maori has been recognised by parliament as a "legal person", in a move believed to be a world first.under legislation passed on wednesday that combines western legal precedent with maori mysticism, the whanganui river has been formally declared a living entity."[it] will have its own legal identity with all the corresponding rights, duties and liabilities of a legal person," attorney-general chris finlayson said."the approach of granting legal personality to a river is unique."the river, known by maori as te awa tupua, is the third longest in new zealand.finlayson said the local maori iwi, or tribe, had been fighting to assert their rights over the river since the 1870s, in new zealand's longest-running legal dispute."this legislation recognises the deep






new zealand rescuers refloat 100 stranded whales


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption hundreds of volunteers joined the rescue effort in one of new zealand's worst m beachings volunteers in new zealand have managed to refloat about 100 of the 400 pilot whales that swam aground on a remote beach on friday. many of the whales died overnight at farewell spit at the top of the south island, but those that survived are now swimming in the bay off the beach.hundreds of locals managed to rescue the survivors after forming a human chain to refloat the whales.the incident is one of the worst such cases the country has seen.on friday, a number of the whales that had been refloated returned to the beach overnight, but high tide and the arrival of a new pod of pilot whales on urday morning improved rescue efforts.media captionone volunteer said






even mads mikkelsen doesn't understand 'death stranding'


why it matters to you as strange as it may sound, this level of confusion points to the game kojima fans have been waiting for.hideo kojima is notorious for writing extremely complex narratives filled with numerous twists and turns, as well as so many subplots that one would have to make playing his games a full-time job in order to fully grasp them. but “full-time job” might not even be enough for his latest project, death stranding, as star mads mikkelsen doesn’t even really know what it’s about.“he was trying to tell me the full plot of the game, and it’s so elaborate that, i mean, i got lost but i really wanted to learn more,” mikkelsen said at saudi comic con. “it’s a big honor to be there.”mikkelsen likely knows significantly more than we do regarding the game’s narrative, which seem






new zealand rescuers refloat 100 stranded whales


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption hundreds of volunteers joined the rescue effort in one of new zealand's worst mass beachings volunteers in new zealand have managed to refloat about 100 of the 400 pilot whales that swam aground on a remote beach on friday. many of the whales died overnight at farewell spit at the top of the south island, but those that survived are now swimming in the bay off the beach.hundreds of locals managed to rescue the survivors after forming a human chain to refloat the whales.the incident is one of the worst such cases the country has seen.on friday, a number of the whales that had been refloated returned to the beach overnight, but high tide and the arrival of a new pod of pilot whales on saturday morning improved rescue efforts.media captionone volunteer






neighborhood spotlight: beverly grove, once a wallflower, proves itself a dynamo


beverly grove was born as a series of car-oriented subdivisions on the far-flung outer edge of a young los angeles — farther out, even, than the trolleys ran.today, the once-sleepy neighborhood is popular, dynamic and fast-changing, and a locus of concern about the threat of the mansionization of l.a.’s historic suburbs.long before its tidy rows of little spanish revival homes began to be displaced by massive modern boxes built on spec to be shilled by the cast of “million dollar listing,” before the fortress-like beverly center beached itself at the corner of la cienega and beverly boulevards and before the paparazzi stalked the stars on robertson boulevard, beverly grove was just another pleasant collection of new housing tracts.like the fairfax district to the east, beverly grove arose






volunteers able to refloat about 100 whales after more than 400 beached in new z


wellington, new zealand — volunteers in new zealand managed to refloat about 100 surviving pilot whales on urday and are hoping they will swim back out to sea after more than 400 of the creatures swam aground at a remote beach.department of conservation golden bay operations manager andrew lamason said about 300 whales died but others are swimming in the bay near the beach and have joined up with a new pod of pilot whales.the 416 stranded whales, most of them already dead, were discovered early friday on farewell spit at the tip of the south island.rescuers managed to refloat several dozen whales on friday but many beached themselves again overnight. urday’s rescue efforts during the morning high tide appeared more promising.“fingers crossed, the new whales are going to lead them out into






hundreds of whales are dead following a horrific m stranding in new zealand


image: apin what’s considered the largest m stranding in decades, over 400 pilot whales have beached themselves on a new zealand shore. hundreds of whales died overnight, and rescuers are now frantically working to save the dozens of remaining whales who are clinging to life. advertisementaccording to new zealand’s department of conservation (doc), 416 pilot whales had beached themselves at farewell spit in golden bay, at the northern tip of the country’s south island. when the doc arrived on the scene, around 250 to 300 whales had already perished, and by the time dawn broke this morning, more than 70 percent of the whales were dead. doc staff and dozens of volunteers are now trying to save the remaining 80 to 90 whales. image: apfor those trying to help, the sight must be truly horrific.






416 stranded whales mobilize onlookers at new zealand beach


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);by katie mettler, (c) 2017, the washington postthe writer, p og her and tour guide gathered at a quarter past six friday morning, their destination farewell spit.the dainty, fingerlike peninsula cups the northern edge of shallow golden bay, one of new zealand’s most picturesque natural scenes and a premier place to witness the sun’s rise.it was still dark when the trio boarded a bus and set out across the sand, magazine editor cheree morrison and p og her jane ussher hoping to capture the beach’s raw wake-up call in words and images.then their guide slowed the bus and gestured outside. “your story,” he said, “is about to change.”whales, crying and sighing, lay stranded on the beach before them, morrison told the washington post. at first there






new zealanders refloat 100 pilot whales after 400 are stranded


wellington, new zealand – volunteers in new zealand managed to refloat about 100 surviving pilot whales on urday and are hoping they will swim back out to sea after more than 400 of the creatures swam aground on a remote beach.andrew lamason, a department of conservation manager, said about 300 whales died but others were swimming in the bay near the beach and joined a new pod of pilot whales.the 416 stranded whales, most of them already dead, were discovered early friday on farewell spit at the tip of the south island.rescuers managed to refloat several dozen whales on friday but many beached themselves again overnight. urday’s rescue efforts during the morning high tide appeared more promising.“fingers crossed, the new whales are going to lead them out into deeper water,” lamason said. “






more than 400 whales beach themselves in new zealand


apfebruary 9, 2017, 9:09 pmwhales are stranded at farewell spit near nelson, new zealand friday, feb. 10, 2017. tim cuff/new zealand herald via ap wellington, new zealand -- new zealand volunteers formed a human chain in the water at a remote beach on friday as they raced to save dozens of whales after more than 400 of the creatures beached themselves in one of the worst whale strandings in the nation’s history. about three-quarters of the pilot whales were already dead when they were found friday morning at farewell spit at the tip of the south island. playvideocbs this morninggiant blue whale dwarfs ship a blue whale surfaced near a whale-watching ship off the southern california coast. the 90-foot-long whale dwarfed the 72-foot-long boat. the adult and baby whale carc es were strewn thr






new zealanders refloat 100 pilot whales after 400 stranded


wellington, new zealand — volunteers in new zealand managed to refloat about 100 surviving pilot whales on urday and are hoping they will swim back out to sea after more than 400 of the creatures swam aground at a remote beach.department of conservation golden bay operations manager andrew lamason said about 300 whales died but others are swimming in the bay near the beach and have joined up with a new pod of pilot whales.the 416 stranded whales, most of them already dead, were discovered early friday on farewell spit at the tip of the south island.rescuers managed to refloat several dozen whales on friday but many beached themselves again overnight. urday's rescue efforts during the morning high tide appeared more promising."fingers crossed, the new whales are going to lead them out into






new zealanders race to save whales after 400 stranded


closeskip in skipxembedxshare at least 300 pilot whales have died after washing up on a new zealand beach. the m stranding was recorded as the largest in new zealand. wochitthis handout from the new zealand department of conservation shows pilot whales, which beached themselves overnight, at farewell spit in the golden bay region at the northern tip of new zealand's south island.(p o: str, afp/getty images) 59 connectlinkedinemailmorewellington, new zealand (ap) — it was the sound of soft sighs and cries in the half-light that first struck cheree morrison, and then as the dawn broke she began to see the extent of the carnage — more than 400 whales had swum aground along a remote new zealand beach.about three-quarters of the pilot whales were already dead when morrison and two colleagues fo






new zealanders race to save whales after 400 stranded


closeskip in skipxembedxshare at least 300 pilot whales have died after washing up on a new zealand beach. the m stranding was recorded as the largest in new zealand. wochitthis handout from the new zealand department of conservation shows pilot whales, which beached themselves overnight, at farewell spit in the golden bay region at the northern tip of new zealand's south island.(p o: str, afp/getty images) 17 connectlinkedinemailmorewellington, new zealand (ap) — it was the sound of soft sighs and cries in the half-light that first struck cheree morrison, and then as the dawn broke she began to see the extent of the carnage — more than 400 whales had swum aground along a remote new zealand beach.about three-quarters of the pilot whales were already dead when morrison and two colleagues fo






new zealanders race to save whales after 400 stranded


closeskip in skipxembedxshare at least 300 pilot whales have died after washing up on a new zealand beach. the m stranding was recorded as the largest in new zealand. wochitthis handout from the new zealand department of conservation shows pilot whales, which beached themselves overnight, at farewell spit in the golden bay region at the northern tip of new zealand's south island.(p o: str, afp/getty images) 91 connectlinkedinemailmorewellington, new zealand (ap) — it was the sound of soft sighs and cries in the half-light that first struck cheree morrison, and then as the dawn broke she began to see the extent of the carnage — more than 400 whales had swum aground along a remote new zealand beach.about three-quarters of the pilot whales were already dead when morrison and two colleagues fo