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Swimming with whales

CBS News Sunday, 4 August 2019
The Indian Ocean is home to one of the most diverse whale populations in the world – as many as 18 species live there. And no one can get you closer to these hauntingly mysterious creatures than American wildlife photographer Patrick Dykstra. Correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti joined Dykstra as they went swimming with whales in the waters off Sri Lanka.
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Occurred on July 16, 2019 / Saint Simons Island, Georgia, USA Info from Licensor: "An estimated 25 pilot whales washed ashore on Saint Simon's East Beach. Glynn County beachgoers teamed up to save whales. All but 3 whales made it back to see after beaching themselves again 500 meters up coastline."

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