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Nearly 200 whales die after mass stranding on Australia beach

Around 200 whales have died and just 35 remain alive following a mass stranding in Australia. The pilot whales were found on a beach along the coast of Tasmania. Rescue efforts are ongoing to save the remaining whales. Francis Collings reports.

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