In New Zealand, the bank jumped more than 60 pilot whales

In New Zealand, the bank jumped more than 60 pilot whales Photo: korrespondent.net

When animals are found, most of them were already dead.
In the South Island of New Zealand, killing more than 60 pilot whales. Animals stranded: tourists found them on the beach Farevell Split. Most of the whales were already dead: those who are still signs of life, tried to save, pushing up the water, but mammals were back on the beach. The rescuers had no choice but to euthanize suffering animals tortured.

"This is a very sad story, and it's not the work that our team likes to do," — Agence France-Presse quoted the spokesman of the Ministry of John Mason.

Dolphins and whales beaching themselves, usually, mostly in the summer months, when flocks of migrating mammals in 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.

Eugene TUMASHOVA

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