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Rescuers and volunteers rescued a killer whale on a sandbank in Kolyma
In the Magadan region, EMERCOM employees and volunteers rescued a killer whale, which ended up on a sandbank in Gertner Bay. After the animal managed to push it closer to the water and the tide began, the killer whale set off on its own to the sea.
According to the press service of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia in the Magadan Region, the message about the animal came from an eyewitness. It turned out that the cub swam out onto the beach and got stuck there. He could not go to sea on his own.
Rescuers who arrived at the scene, GIMS employees and volunteers were able to deploy the animal together. 27 people arrived to help the killer whale.
To prevent the skin from drying out, the killer whale was watered for several hours: it was only half in the water. After waiting for the tide, the participants in the operation were able to move the calf from and place, and he himself went to sea.