March 25, 2013. Six of the 19 dolphins, pilot whales that washed ashore on Sunday the South African Cape Town, died. For some of the survivors planned euthanasia, informed the news service.
All day, the police and other rescue workers hosed and wiped Nordhuk animals on the beach in an attempt to save their lives.
On the question of the press: "I do not want to try to send rescuers dolphins back into the sea?" The representative of the National Maritime Rescue Institute said: "Seven are in poor condition, we will try to do our best that we can. Those pilot whale, that can not be saved, will be humanely euthanized. "
One of the dolphins has taken on a trailer to the naval base, where it is released into the sea. With the remaining five animals, which are in good health, it is planned to do the same.
Authorities appealed to the public calling until you come to the beach, as well as helping enough people involved.
In 2009, 55 dolphins had to shoot a shot to the head to end their suffering. Despite desperate efforts of hundreds of volunteers to bring them back into the sea, pilot whale heading back to shore.
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