Viral Video: Beachgoers band together to save stranded whales

We generally get to hear or read regarding the incidents happening in the sea and related to sea creatures as well. Sometimes we get to hear the plastic found in whale’s stomach and sometimes many big fishes are found dead in the sea. But this time something different happened. People who were having Gala time on beach not just found 1 or 2 whales, but all together 20 whales. On the East Beach of Simon Island, 20 whales along the sea waves came to the shore.

Beachgoers band together to save stranded whales

Beached Whales East Beach SSI, GA

East beach St. Simons Island, GA

Dixie V. McCoy ಅವರಿಂದ ಈ ದಿನದಂದು ಪೋಸ್ಟ್ ಮಾಡಲಾಗಿದೆ ಮಂಗಳವಾರ, ಜುಲೈ 16, 2019

The woman named Dixie Mcoy shared a live video on Facebook. In this nearly 14-minute video, the woman showed the whole scenario in which whales are coming near to them and people are trying harder to send them back in the sea.

Dixie told CNN that there were about 20 whales on Simon Island. They were near the sea shore some whales were trying to go back on their own whereas, some whales were sent by people.

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Dixie further said that as soon as we reached the beach, we saw that a lot of people gathered in the water there. At first we thought that there would be dolphins, but we could not believe when we looked close. We found it very bad to see so many whale fish lying on the banks of the sea.

A lot of whales went into the water by themselves, but some 3 whales could not go back to the sea and ultimately they died. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said that many whales were saved. But if the people didn’t made efforts or helped the whales to get back into the place then the whales would have definitely died.

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