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Beachgoers and wildlife officials team up to save dozens of pilot whales washed up on Georgia beach

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Beachgoers and wildlife officials team up to save dozens of pilot whales washed up on Georgia beach

Beachgoers and wildlife officials team up to save dozens of pilot whales washed up on Georgia beach

Beachgoers and wildlife officials teamed up to save a pod of pilot whales that washed up on a beach in St.Simons Island, Georgia.


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