Survival for Pilot Whales

CNN

Florida Beach Issues

Everglades National park has whales washing up to the beaches. There are 41 whales are an approximate number of whales saved by December 4, 2013. The number of dead is just climbing up, they are being found in poor conditions. Wildlife officials state that they do not know how long they have been stranded for. Some believe that they follow in groups and when the leader goes to land, all the others follow. Fisher men spotted out whales on the beach and report them so they can be saved.


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Citation

Carter, Kim Segal. Chelsea J., Kim Segal, John Zarrella Reported This Story from Everglades National Park; Chelsea J. Carter, Tom Watkins Reported, and Wrote From Atlanta. "Survival 'expectation Low' for Pilot Whales Stranded in Florida's Everglades Park."CNN. Cable News Network, 04 Dec. 2013. Web. 18 Dec. 2013. <http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/04/us/florida-everglades-whales-trapped/>.


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