Oddly enough, hundreds of whales ran aground on a beach in Australia

Hundreds of pilot whales stranded on a beach in Tasmania, Australia.

The mass stranding was one of the largest in the country’s history, with hundreds of whales stranded in a remote area making it dіffісᴜɩt for гeѕсᴜe teams to reach.

Despite the efforts of hundreds of lifeguards, only a small fraction of the whales were saved.

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