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Photos: Stranded whales rescued off Florida beach

The five pilot whales were rescued by biologists and veterinarians from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, Coast Guard officers and bystanders.
Marine biologists and veterinarians from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, alongside Coast Guard officers and volunteer beachgoers tend to one of five pilot whales that beached themselves just off the shore. Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. The rescue workers and volunteers swung into action to set up shades over the whales to protect them from sun damage. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD   |   Times
Marine biologists and veterinarians from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, alongside Coast Guard officers and volunteer beachgoers tend to one of five pilot whales that beached themselves just off the shore. Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. The rescue workers and volunteers swung into action to set up shades over the whales to protect them from sun damage. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times
Published Jul. 29, 2019
Updated Jul. 30, 2019
With whales kept underneath tents in order to stay cool, dozens gather at Redington Beach in response to five whales found stranded on the beach earlier this morning. Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. ANGELIQUE HERRING | Times
Marine biologists and veterinarians from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, alongside Coast Guard officers and volunteer beachgoers tend to one of five pilot whales that beached themselves just off the shore. Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. The rescue workers and volunteers swung into action to set up shades over the whales to protect them from sun damage. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times


Rescue workers are seen on the beach as marine biologists and veterinarians from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, alongside Coast Guard officers and volunteer beachgoers tend to five pilot whales that beached themselves just off the shore. Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. The rescue workers and volunteers swung into action to set up shades over the whales to protect them from sun damage. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times
Spectators watch from the beach as rescue workers and volunteers tend to five pilot whales in the water Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. Marine biologists and veterinarians from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, alongside Coast Guard officers and volunteer beachgoers, swung into action to set up shades over the whales to protect them from sun damage. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times
Spectators watch from the beach as rescue workers and volunteers tend to five pilot whales in the water Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. Marine biologists and veterinarians from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, alongside Coast Guard officers and volunteer beachgoers, swung into action to set up shades over the whales to protect them from sun damage. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times
Marine biologists and veterinarians from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, alongside Coast Guard officers and volunteer beachgoers work to remove a pilot whale from the water after five whales beached themselves Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times
Marine biologists and veterinarians from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, alongside Coast Guard officers and volunteer beachgoers carry one of five pilot whales from the water Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times
Volunteers help to carry one of five pilot whales found stranded on Redington beach earlier this morning. Monday, July 29, 2019 in Redington Beach. ANGELIQUE HERRING | Times


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