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Old 23 March 2018, 08:14 PM
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Australia Nearly 150 beached whales die in Australia after being stranded overnight

More than 150 whales have become stranded in Hamelin Bay in western Australia, and only 15 of them were still alive on Friday, authorities said.

A rescue operation was underway to try and herd them back to sea. Authorities say palliative care will be administered where necessary.

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