Whale SOS! Nearly 100 Pilot Whales Beach Themselves in Western Australia!

Nearly 100 Pilot Whales Beach Themselves in Western Australia
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Dozens of pilot whales are in a des­per­ate fight for sur­vival after beach­ing them­selves in West­ern Australia!

The pod, esti­mat­ed around 100 strong, got stuck in shal­low waters near Duns­bor­ough, south of Perth. Thank­ful­ly, res­cuers are on the scene, but some whales have already died.

Here’s what you NEED to know:

  • Local heroes are keep­ing the whales cool with water, but experts are urg­ing peo­ple to STAY BACK and let them do their job. Mess­ing with the whales can actu­al­ly hurt them more!
  • This isn’t the first time this has hap­pened in WA. These super social whales trav­el in tight groups, mak­ing them more like­ly to get strand­ed together.
  • Sci­en­tists are still clue­less why whales beach them­selves. It’s a total mystery!
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