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EN_01539418_0535
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Tasmania state wildlife services personnel check the carcasses of pilot whales, numbering nearly 200, after they were found beached the previous day on Macquarie Heads on the west coast of Tasmania, on September 23, 2022. - Almost 200 whales have perished at an exposed, surf-swept beach on the rugged west coast of Tasmania, where Australian rescuers were only able to save a few dozen survivors on September 22. (Photo by Glenn NICHOLLS / AFP)
2022-09-23
GLENN NICHOLLS/AFP/East News
AFP
GLENN NICHOLLS
AFP_32JX882
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