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AUSTRALIA
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May 24, 2001 
Rescuers from the National Parks and Wildlife Service hold onto a two-metre long pygmy sperm whale near... 
Hawkesbury, Australia 
RESCUERS HOLD A SICK PYGMY SPERM WHALE NEAR BROOKLYN ON THE HAWKESBURY RIVER IN AUSTRALIA. 
Rescuers from the National Parks and Wildlife Service hold onto a two-metre long pygmy sperm whale near the town of Brooklyn, located on the Hawkesbury River about 50 kilometres (31 miles) north of Sydney May 24, 2001. The whale was found beached on Wednesday and was towed on a floatation device to a small harbour where volunteers have helped it swim in very cold water temperatures. The animal is believed to be very sick after swimming eight kilometres up the river instead of being in it's normal habitat of the ocean.

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