More than 400 pilot whales have stranded at Farewell Spit in Golden Bay. DOC Golden Bay operations manager Andrew Lamason said latest reports were that an estimated 70 per cent of the whales had died overnight.
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SKIES OVER SOUTH ISLAND ON FEB. 8, TWO DAYS PRIOR TO BEACHING OF 400 PILOT WHALES
Kiwi and Whales Under Chemtrails
Top of South Island New Zealand
Wednesday 8.2.2017 World View NASA
(Pic courtesy of Rose Bud)
WARNING ISSUED OVER 100S OF ‘EXPLODING WHALES’ ON NZ BEACH
12 Feb 2017
The New Zealand Department of Conservation has closed off a beach where hundreds of pilot whales are stranded amid fears the rotting carcasses could “explode” on volunteers helping with the clean up operation.
While attempts to clean up the several hundred dead whales that have washed up on a narrow sand spit in Golden Bay since Thursday, Mike Ogle, DOC’s operations manager, has described the carcasses as “just nasty” while also warning people to keep their distance.
“These things explode from the stomach and if you’re standing right there it’s not very nice getting a ‘gut bomb’ on your face,” Ogle said, adding that arrangements to clear the beach of the unfortunate sea creatures will be made on Monday.