Mass Psychosis or Nature’s Mistake?

21 Feb — 2017

Many of us already know, that on February 10 on Farewell Spit sandy beach in New Zealand 550 pilot whales (Globicephala melas) were found. Pilot whales are a part of cetacean order and Delphinidae family. 335 animals died, but the rest managed to survive partly thanks to actions of more then 200 volunteers, specialists and rescuers and partly because of high tide, which helped the pilot whales to leave the area for Golden Bay, where the local rescue service tried to direct the animals towards the open sea. 

On February 14 eight more pilot whales were stranded ashore. Till late night volunteers together with Michael Cropp, journalist from Radio…

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