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Massachusetts / Stranded Whales #706741

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 30, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Wellfleet, Massachusetts: Richard Schlesinger) The return of pilot whales, which stranded themselves again on the beaches of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, featured; details given of possible reasons for the beaching; scenes shown of the dying whales. [Cape Cod Stranding Network Katie TOUHEY†- says it’s almost the same group that volunteers assisted yesterday.] [Cape Cod Stranding Network Betty LENTELL†- says the kindest thing they can do is make them comfortable.] [New England Aquarium veterinarian Dr. Scott WEBER†- says it’s frustrating to see such smart animals doing this.] [Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary Robert PRESCOTT†- comments on whale behavior.]

Roberts, John;
Schlesinger, Richard

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