About 90 pilot whales stranded on the coast of New Zealand in about the same place where a similar case in the beginning of January, according to local TV channel TVNZ.
The incident occurred in the Bay Golden Bay, near Cape Farewell. Department of Natural Resources urged volunteers to assist its staff in the rescue of marine mammals. Currently, the scene moved about 350 volunteers with experience of action in such situations.
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"The chances that the Dolphins will select back into the sea during high tide tonight's very small, but as soon as the dawn, we again come to the department to help employees save animals," — said in an interview with TVNZ representative of an environmental organization Project Jonah Kimberly Muncaster ( Kimberly Muncaster).
In early January, in Golden Bay on the shore of emissions 25 pilot whales, were rescued only 18 animals.
Pilot whale, or black dolphins — marine mammals of the order Cetacea. The body of the pilot whale, reaching a length of 8.5 meters, fully painted in black except for a white spot under his chin in the shape of an anchor. Pilot whale weight is about 800 pounds, but there are more than two-ton animal. Different types of pilot whales live in almost all over the world — both in the warm tropical seas and the coast of Northern Europe.
In New Zealand, whales and dolphins are often washed ashore. This is mainly in the summer months, when flocks of mammals migrate to Antarctic waters or returning from there past the coast of New Zealand. Generally, if one pilot whale washed ashore, then others try to help her and, as a result, share her fate.
In February 2011, on the shore of New Zealand Stewart Island emissions over a hundred pilot whales. Most of the animals at the time of detection was already dead, and those that were still alive, rescuers had to put to sleep because mammals to drag water was impossible.