Biologists remove from the water a ziphiid aground : Stock Photo
Biologists remove from the water a ziphiid aground : Stock Photo
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Biologists remove from the water a ziphiid aground

Buenos Aires, Argentina - October 22, 2016: A beaked whale was found on the shores of Vicente Lopez, on the outskirts of the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on the morning of October 22, 2016. The young animal, between 4 and 5 meters long, it arrived lifeless the Buenosairean coasts, as confirmed by the authorities of the Cethus Foundation. specialized biologists worked at the site, taking samples to determine the cusas his death. Later, with the help of cranes and tractors, the animal was removed from the water of the Rio de la Plata to determine its final disposal. According to biologist James D'Alessio, director of Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation of the National Ministry of Environment, the ziphiid may have died at sea and due to the last sudestada, the body was dragged to the Rio de La Plata. In July this year, a whale about fifteen meters long ran aground off the coast of Mar del Tuyú and about 24 hours later could be rescued.


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